back to article Galactic anti-nuclei travelers could help illuminate dark matter

Scientists have used data from CERN's Large Hadron Collider to show how antimatter can travel long distances through the Milky Way, a result they hope could uncover the secrets of dark matter, the major cosmological mystery. Led by Professor Laura Fabbietti of the Technical University of Munich, the team fed data relating to …

  1. Paul Herber Silver badge

    The nuclear physics you *can* discuss between meals.

  2. gecho


    "A Large Ion Collider Experiment (ALICE)"

    Reminds me of the Norm MacDonald bit.


    I stands for I

    D stands for dentification.

  3. ravenviz Silver badge


    I remember writing a literature review essay on WIMPs in my undergraduate days in the 80's (when student life was like The Young Ones), supposedly reducing the temperature at the core of the Sun to explain the solar neutrino problem. It seems the problem is no longer a problem but WIMPs are still here!

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