Ah. Swell. You think maybe they could locate the lab in DC and suck
that mess into oblivion? Give the whole thing a socially redeeming
On 25 Jan 2001, at 9:52, scerir wrote:
> The gulf between relativity and quantum mechanics
> - which has intrigued physicists for many decades -
> has proved remarkably difficult to close [Einstein docet].
> But now physicists believe they may be able to bridge
> the gap by studying tiny 'black holes' created in the laboratory.
> Around 70 physicists gathered at The Royal Institution in London
> last week to debate what these new techniques may reveal about
> astrophysical black holes and the structure of the universe itself.
> [more in this page]
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