Tag Archives: Jim Baggott

Future echoes

I have three email inboxes, for UCL, CERN and personal stuff. Catching up on some CERN bulk mails of the last few weeks, three interesting articles I thought worth sharing. One is a report from the “Future Circular Collider” (FCC) … Continue reading

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Supersymmetry Redux

In the previous post, “Running over the same old ground?”, I outlined three types of reaction to the lack of evidence (so far, at the LHC) for physics beyond the Standard Model. A conversation afterward with Prof Michael Duff reminded … Continue reading

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Fairytale of New Physics

There seems to be a minor rash of polemic at the moment on the theme “aren’t scientists deluded/betraying science/living in fairytale-land”. Read more at the Guardian.

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