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Lotsa Bad Luck11 months ago
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HollyMann1 year ago
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caitlinsdad3 years ago
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iproberry12 years ago
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clax12273 years ago
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kelseymh3 years ago
Hyway otherbay?
octopuscabbage (author)  kelseymh3 years ago
Kelsey do you just follow me around?
BTW, why are you following me around? I got the e-mail notification...
octopuscabbage (author)  kelseymh3 years ago
I like to learn about experimental high-energy physics and you seem to know about it.
:-D Cool! You could start a new forum topic, or post something to my orange board if you like. There aren't very many particle-physics topics or Instructables around ;-)
octopuscabbage (author)  kelseymh3 years ago
Yeah its kind of hard to make a diy hadron collider...
True, but you can make a mockup showing the physics involved, and you can build a real working cyclotron.
And of course (on a related note) there's always making your own nuclear fusion reactor (it might even get you on PopSci!)...I've wanted to do that for awhile. It doesn't require an advanced degree; multiple high school students have done it.

Oh, how about that, the first link even (supposedly!) has a section on a DIY "particle accelerator reactor", although sadly that site is, I think, just for kicks and giggles.
Well, somebody got caught in the filters, didn't they? This comment just appeared in the past half hour or so.

That first link of yours is funny, but sad, too. Three quarters down the page, "How to seperate isotopes(Example: hydrogen and oxygen are isotopes of water(H20)." Ahem.
Yes. :| I don't understand why this keeps happening at all.

And such a great web design, to boot! (I probably should have been more explicit about that one being junk, though - our esteemed cephalopod vegetable might take it seriously...)
Wow, it's a great thing to do for a science fair... I'd love to build one one day.
Actually, this is providence. The cyclotron is almost exactly as old as I am ;)
?!? Ernest Lawrence invented the cyclotron in 1932; Gamow, Kurchatov, and somebody built the first Soviet one in 1937. If you're that old, I think maybe you got the digits reversed in your profile ;->
By THE cyclotron I meant THE cyclotron on the link, which was built in 1994-1995...
Ah! :-D Boy was I confused ;-)
octopuscabbage (author)  kelseymh3 years ago
I went to the cyclotron page and just stared at it blankely then went to the mockup page and now know the it is electric fields that propel the particles. Science.
No. When you choose to randomly respond to a bunch of ancient and moribund topics, those topics appear on the front page of the browsing list. You're making yourself a target.
lemonie3 years ago
Well do you speak it?

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NachoMahma3 years ago
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