I thought I would be discussing new physics
nearly one year since my last post (sorry!), I am willing to pick up this effort again.
I had hoped to be writing about signs of new physics from the LHC or the Tevatron – or a least progress in analyzing the first LHC collision data. You all know about the magnificent start-up of the LHC, and the awful catastrophe a short time later. CERN has approached the problem with great professionalism, skill, and urgency, and I am optimistic about seeing collision data in late summer, 2009.
I won’t wait that long before making another blog entry…
Entry filed under: Particle Physics.