Author: Alexander

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Things particle physics and Formula 1 racing have in common

Twenty-five minutes northwest of downtown Geneva lies the Large Car Collider (LCC). At the LCC, cars travel at very high speeds in a 352m circular orbit, intersecting paths at 5 main collision points. In each collision event, the energy of the cars involved is large enough to generate up to four different insurance claims per event. …

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