Modern high-energy physics is highly centralized. Experimental studies are conducted only in just some few research laboratories (probably not far off the time when their number will be reduced to one), the detectors are growing in size, becoming more complex - in such conditions is almost no opportunity to "touch" all with their own hands. The days when physicists were in trailers adjacent to the tunnels and waited for the fateful signals a thing of the past. The painting of the classic experimental study, as it was in the last decade of XX century., Put into the archive. Now considered to be for the happiness to visit the assembly or repair of the detector. The rest of the high-energy physics is now almost does not involve working with technology. Do you think and can be a different way, when direct measurements occur within the supercooled chambers recessed in the ground for tens of meters, so that no stray radiation they do not get it? However, the question arises: whether it will be interesting for young researchers to sit in front of the monitor - whether in Geneva or elsewhere - and every day to run the program for statistical data?
Participation in God: A Forgotten Strand in Anglican Tradition
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