church of awesome: the Large Hadron Collider — in Lego
Created by physicist Sascha Mehlhase of the Niels Bohr Institute:
Unconformed reports say that the Lego Hadron Collider is searching for the elusive null-peg brick, which science proves must exist but which has never been observed in nature.
From University Post via Geek.com.
For reference, here’s the actual LHC:
Is it a coincidence that this Lego news comes hard on the heels of the reports that the HDC has discovered its first new particle? I don’t think so. Clearly there’s some sort of quantum toy-nelling effect happening between the two LHCs that is contributing to the good science happening.
Oh, in case you’re worried about this:
Just keep checking Has the Large Hadron Collider destroyed the earth yet? for our black hole/no black hole status. Via Richer Ramblings.
(Have you found something online that’s really awesome? Send a link or an image, and I might post it!)
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