LARGE HADRON COLLIDER SETS NEW RECORD
Well, they're at it again over there in Switzerland and they appear to have their bugs fixed, as shortly after midnight April 22 the LHC set a new record for the power intensity of a beam in a collider:
After noting that the collider is gathering large amounts of data looking for the Higgs boson or enough data to refute its existence, we given this little note: "That will give the experiments time to collect enough data to fully explore the energy range accessible with 3.5 TeV per beam collisions for new physics before preparing the LHC for higher energy running."
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