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After a two-decade search, scientists have found the first direct evidence of one of the most elusive and ghostly subatomic particles in nature -- the tau neutrino.
July 21, 2000 8:58 AM   Subscribe

After a two-decade search, scientists have found the first direct evidence of one of the most elusive and ghostly subatomic particles in nature -- the tau neutrino.
posted by grumblebee (1 comment total)

 
Kickass! I love it when particle physics gets all A-Team on us! Uh, sorry. I have no idea why I said that. But it still is pretty damn cool. Slowly, the Universe is being coaxed to reveal her secrets to us, like a really shy girl you've dated many, many times because of her sweet smile, despite how bitchy her parents are.
posted by Ezrael at 9:01 AM on July 21, 2000


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