The End of Superworld III
Once upon a time, the life of the high-energy physicist was dominated by frequent astonishing and spectacular discoveries: new effects or new particles that were unexpected by the lumpen proletariat appeared with great regularity. Recall the spirit of the times a century ago: with the discoveries of the inert gases in 1894, X-rays in 1895, radioactivity in 1896, and the electron in 1897. Here are a dozen more contemporary examples:
KeywordsHiggs Boson Solar Neutrino Proton Decay Scalar Sector Fermion Representation
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