February 20, 2004

The Proton's Connected To The ...

Muon, the Muon's connected to the … Positron.

The Avocare naturalist posts continue. Want to see computer graphic images of subatomic particles colliding into a nickel plate at the speed of light? Visit Fermilab Now. Scientists exploring the ends of time, updated in real time.

Posted by Avocare at February 20, 2004 10:08 PM | TrackBack

The proton's connected to the muon, the muon's connected to the . . . ya-awn. Come on, man, if you're going to substitute your eloquent ruminations on the subtle complexities of our human existence (or your pithy reflections on ritualistic consumption of sports, booze and tobacco) with this cheap "naturalist" crap, at least send us to NGS stories with pictures of animals screwing. Pictures of positrons crashing are just slightly more interesting than Nascar races. You know I love you, but let's face it -- you haven't applied any gray matter to these posts since the wing-eating contest. Where's the Avocare of the Thin Line? ;-),ly, j

Posted by: j at February 21, 2004 10:00 AM

I don't mind, I always read, I figure I'm learning something new I didn't know before!

Posted by: Susie at February 26, 2004 05:37 PM

Sure, Suze, I read 'em too -- but admit it, you'd rather be linked to the National Geographic articles (with pictures).

Posted by: j at February 28, 2004 11:37 PM
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