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The films sat in storage for decades until nuclear physicist Gregg Spriggs was asked to model the effects of nuclear explosions, according to an LLNL press release.
Just over 75 years ago, physicist Enrico Fermi conducted a famous nuclear experiment beneath the University of Chicago’s football field on December 2, 1942.
The discovery has already stirred the interest of archaeologists and particle physicists alike.
Many modern-day physicists make similarly pessimistic noises about some current ideas, such as string theory, saying these will remain forever in the realm of the hypothetical.
The collaboration's capstone paper in Astrophysical Journal Letters lists roughly 3,500 authors, approaching the record set in 2015 by 5,154 Large Hadron Collider physicists who estimated the mass of the Higgs boson.
The woman bleeding in the kitchen is Rose (Francesca Annis), a nuclear physicist who has come to visit old friends and colleagues; Robin (Ron Cook), her former lover; and his wife, Hazel (Deborah Findlay).
German physicist and mathematician Max Born, awarded a Nobel Prize for his contributions to quantum physics, is seen hunched happily over a flurry of textbooks and scribbled equations in Monday’s Google Doodle.
Courtesy of Google Monday’s Google Doodle honors physicist and mathematician Max Born, who was born on this day, December 11, in 1882.
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