CERN God PArticle

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mwatersupci
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CERN God PArticle

Postby mwatersupci » Thu Aug 16, 2012 3:55 am

Hey I am doing a thesis on gravity using spatial fluctuations according to the structures of string and sub-string energy interactions and I have been looking for a way to get the new CERN data from the recent Higgs Boson experiments but cannot for the life of me find any place to get them. I'm not in school so signing directly up to CERN through a college isnt an option, does anyone one know of anywhere I can find the data?

I would REALLY appreciate the help. I don't expect anyone to understand my work as it is kinda far fetched (im a LITTLE crazy and have a LOT to learn about physics) and goes against current string theory thought but I would appreciate the help getting the data.

Plz Plz PLz!

Thanks
-Michael D. Waters "insane unifying theory of everything physics wierdo"

bfollinprm
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Re: CERN God PArticle

Postby bfollinprm » Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:36 am

How many petabytes do you want? There's no way they can set up a repository, the amount of data is too huge. If you mean you just want their bin counts and cross-section measurements, you can get probably anything you want from HepData: http://durpdg.dur.ac.uk/. Just input the reaction you're predicting and press enter!

mwatersupci
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Re: CERN God PArticle

Postby mwatersupci » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:05 pm

Just a few gigs would do. lol But thanks for the link




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