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Interview with Dirac with UWisc Newspaper, 1929

ROUNDY INTERVIEWS PROFESSOR DIRAC

An Enjoyable Time Is Had By All

By Roundy

I been hearing about a fellow they have up at the U. . . . → Read More: Interview with Dirac with UWisc Newspaper, 1929

Welcome!

Welcome to ISP220, a course about the tiniest constituents in the universe and the biggest constituent in the Universe which is…the Universe itself. Remarkably these . . . → Read More: Welcome!

Big “professional” Questions of Particle Physics

For the Professional Particle Physicist

Is the 2012 Higgs Boson an excitation of the Higgs Field responsible for fermion mass?

a. what are the . . . → Read More: Big “professional” Questions of Particle Physics

Memo 2013 #2: Collisions and Cross Sections

Collisions

The point in a circular colliding beam accelerator is to get the beam bunches to fly through one another as they pass in . . . → Read More: Memo 2013 #2: Collisions and Cross Sections

Memo 2013 #1 Accelerators

What’s an “Atom Smasher”?

You’ve all heard that (old-timey) phrase, “atom smasher” – I know that it’s been a part of American slang since . . . → Read More: Memo 2013 #1 Accelerators

Week of January 7th

This week we’ll start the course with an overall introduction to the subject matter, the mechanics of the course, and the beginnings of the facts . . . → Read More: Week of January 7th

Welcome to ISP220!

Here we go again, with an entirely different flavor to Quarks, Spacetime, and the Big Bang! The events of last summer (see the previous post . . . → Read More: Welcome to ISP220!

The July 4th Higgs excitement…just another particle?

Nope. The announcement this morning (EDT) is an historic event in the history of science.

The Standard Model was first written down in 1967 when . . . → Read More: The July 4th Higgs excitement…just another particle?

Three reactions like the FInal Exam Day project

In lecture I did three reactions that are going to be similar to the kind of thing I’ll ask you to do on the . . . → Read More: Three reactions like the FInal Exam Day project

Memo #4: energy units

There is a considerable simplification in using quantities of mass, energy and momentum once relativity is taken into account. Really. You’ll see that by . . . → Read More: Memo #4: energy units