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Remember… There is no Tevatron December 5, 2008

Posted by gordonwatts in physics life.
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I’ve sat through two talks at this ATLAS Week Collaboration meeting where the history of various topics has been described. The modern era usually starts with LEP, then LEP finishes. There there is a period of stagnation, and poof! There is the LHC!

What pisses me off about this is the huge body of work done at the Tevatron. But it feels like tilting windmills to keep bring it up…

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1. Michael Schmitt - December 24, 2008

I know what you mean…

Sometimes on CMS we *do* hear about the Tevatron. That’s where D0 is, and some lesser experiment called CDF. 😉

2. gordonwatts - December 25, 2008

Ha… at ATLAS when we do hear about the Tevatron it is the other way around!


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