Tag Archives: Neutrinos

Cease using the phrase “Standard Model” for a theory we know to be incorrect.

Things James Wells writes are usually worth reading, and this is no exception. Highly recommended to anyone (like me) who is thinking a lot about the current state, and future, of particle physics. Or who is just interested in how … Continue reading

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Summer Highlights

One of the highlights of my summer was giving the “Highlights” talk at the end of the European Physical Society’s High Energy Physics meeting in Ghent. I wrote something about it here and here already, but today my write up of … Continue reading

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Neutrino Endpoint

There is something very elegant about the KATRIN (Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino) experiment. At the Cosmic Shambles Network.

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A Flavour of Particle Physics

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