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Low attendance at traditional opera houses across the United States has already driven companies to perform in unique and unexpected places such as public parks, train stations, movie theaters and even in one case, a particle accelerator.
Thus began the World Wide Web, initiated at CERN, the home of what is now the world’s largest particle accelerator: the Large Hadron Collider.
Since 1999, physicists in Japan, Europe, and the United States have studied such morphing by shooting neutrinos from particle accelerator labs to distant detectors.
But what comes out of Muñoz Molina’s literary particle accelerator remains, for the duration of the novel, an indecipherable mystery.
In essence, the circular half-mile particle accelerator strikes the coprolite with x-rays thousands of times stronger than a CT scan, allowing the researchers to build an incredibly detailed 3D model of the interior of the fossil.
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