Nailul Affida

Nailul Affida

Indonesia / is going to be Physicist, Physics Teacher either.
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Ludwig Wittgenstein.   This #quote courtesy of @Pinstamatic (http://pinstamatic.com)

Ludwig Wittgenstein. This #quote courtesy of @Pinstamatic (http://pinstamatic.com)

Ludwig Wittgenstein quote

Ludwig Wittgenstein quote

CERN Globe

CERN Globe

In his famous 1964 paper, Prof Higgs became the first scientist to propose a new, massive boson particle to explain how fundamental particles – the building blocks of the Universe – get their mass.  The Higgs boson was regarded as the last missing cornerstone of the Standard Model of Physics, a theory which describes how the known particles in the Universe interact with one another, until the announcement by Cern earlier this month which all but confirmed its existence.

In his famous 1964 paper, Prof Higgs became the first scientist to propose a new, massive boson particle to explain how fundamental particles – the building blocks of the Universe – get their mass. The Higgs boson was regarded as the last missing cornerstone of the Standard Model of Physics, a theory which describes how the known particles in the Universe interact with one another, until the announcement by Cern earlier this month which all but confirmed its existence.

Fabiola     Gianotti, age 50, is the head physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland. She leads a group of 3,000 particle physicists who work on what is arguably the world's most complex and impressive piece of technology, the Large Hadron Collider at Cern European Laboratory for Particle Physics.

Fabiola Gianotti, age 50, is the head physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland. She leads a group of 3,000 particle physicists who work on what is arguably the world's most complex and impressive piece of technology, the Large Hadron Collider at Cern European Laboratory for Particle Physics.

CERN's Large Hadron Collider. Seventeen miles wide and built underground spanning both Switzerland and France. So cool!

CERN's Large Hadron Collider. Seventeen miles wide and built underground spanning both Switzerland and France. So cool!

string theory

string theory

Trafalgar Square, London

Trafalgar Square, London

Why reading matters.

Why reading matters.

Big Ben, London, England (45 photos): big ben london aerial view

Big Ben, London, England (45 photos): big ben london aerial view