Mystery I recall the first time I saw You, as through a thin veil of time, a vision of peace, a quiet voice behind which one sensed a deep strength. In the tumult, the chaos that then was, You were reassuring, a calm presence that was not all human, and yet without threat, somehow in … Continue reading Mystery #thedailypost
Inspired by today's photo prompt Did water made this? Was it a malicious daemon? Or a fairy? Is the world beyond our world? Or is this a gate to another world? Or, maybe, another time? If we could see, and move there, what would we discover?
Inspired by Sue Vincent's Thursday Photo Prompt I followed the path, to the West, and toward the expanse of water visible on the horizon. The distance was deceptive, the path rose slowly, and, after a few hours walk, it became evident that I would not get to the shore much before sunset. The vegetation was … Continue reading Gold #writephoto
It was his soft manners, his unaffected kindness, that seduced her. Then there was the calm voice, the deep blue eyes, the warmth that emanated from him, even when she felt troubled, when she was ill. Thinking about it, she was rarely ill now, since she had met him. It is true that sometime he … Continue reading #WritersWednesday: A Nice Man
In awe, it makes me think of what Arthur C Clarke once said about advanced science and magic…
Ian Hinchliffe, a theoretical physicist who heads Berkeley Lab’s sizable contingent with the ATLAS experiment at CERN, answers many of your questions about the Higgs boson. Ian invited viewers to send in questions about the Higgs via email, Twitter, Facebook, or YouTube in an “Ask a Scientist” video posted July 3: http://youtu.be/xhuA3wCg06s
CERN’s July 4 announcement that the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider have discovered a particle “consistent with the Higgs boson” has raised questions about what scientists have found and what still remains to be found — and what it all means.