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TechnologyApps for apes: Orangutans love to play with iPads just as much as their human cousins....
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TechnologyMIT's AgeLab has made AGNES, a suit that makes the wearer feel 75 years old....
Thousands of scientists around the world are hunting feverishly for the Higgs boson, a hypothesized subatomic building block that has been called the "God particle." And today, the groups announced they had come closer to identifying it, but were likely a...
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Staff reporterTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR What is the nature of physical reality from the smallest to the largest? The worlds "biggest machine" is the Large Hadron Collider built under the French-Swiss border and what physicists find there during...
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The news from the European Institute for Particle Physics is that Albert Einstein may have been wrong ("Faster than light", Sept. 23). The speed of light may not be insurmountable, and everything we think we know about the universe may be wrong. Of...
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The Large Hadron Collider near Geneva succeeded early Tuesday in smashing subatomic particles together at more than three times the highest levels previously recorded, eliciting cheers from a crowd watching at Caltech and pushing two sometimes-separate...
The much-delayed, problem-plagued European Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest particle accelerator, is finally beginning to show off the technological muscle that is expected to produce some of the greatest scientific discoveries of the 21st...
Fermilab's particle accelerator known as the Tevatron, a 4.26-mile underground loop that had been the leading facility of its kind in the world, will close Sept. 30, the lab near Batavia said today. Closing the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory's...
Special to Tribune Newspapers"You Think That's Bad" By Jim Shepard Knopf, $24.95, 222 pages The intrepid British travel writer Freya Stark, best known for her wanderings in the Middle East before the midpoint of the twentieth century, was in remote precincts of Persia in the mid-...
Stephen Hawking, a brilliant though handicapped physicist, has a solid place in history through his discovery of black holes in interstellar space. Unfortunately, he has long since moved outside his own expertise in saying repeatedly that there is no...
Brand X Files: 'Jersey Shore' boys duped. Gloria Steinem on Sarah Palin. Tasteless eatery to serve lion burgersBrand XMale cast members of MTV's 'Jersey Shore' duped into posing for Village Voice 'Queer Issue' cover: "They didn't know," a source told Page Six. (New York Post) Landon Donovan captures American spirit with dramatic goal: At the 11th hour, when hope was...
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