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What are the current theories in Particle Physics and how could the Large Hadron Collider help prove or disprove them?

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Anthony Graff

on 22 September 2012

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Transcript of What are the current theories in Particle Physics and how could the Large Hadron Collider help prove or disprove them?

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli What are the current theories in Particle Physics and how could the Large Hadron Collider help prove or disprove them? The LHC The Higgs Field How does the Higgs Field Work Results from ATLAS Why does the theory exist? Masses Extra Dimensions and Calabai-Yau Bosonic String Theory General Relativity Sand? Spin Networks Testing Loop Quantum Gravity The Standard Model The Higgs Field Supersymmetry String Theory Loop Quantum Gravity The LHC Bosonic String Theory
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