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Brian Cox

Excellent TED talk by Brian Cox on the LHC, Standard Model, Particle Physics and Cosmology.

[+] LHC
[+] Brian Cox; Rockstar physicist.
[#] Ghost reflections: When the heart wants to belong to the universe, society forbids it. But the choice is mine, for better or for worst, I will be back to that Universe. That is a promise to the Self.


Jeevan said…
You will rock bro, don't loose hope! I wish for it.
Cinderella. said…
I loved the reflections bhai !
And I ditto Jeevan, you will rock !
(Like you dont now,pfff...little do they know)
Ghost Particle said…
[jeevan] hey bro...thx a million, i wish too :)

[cinderella] hey I rock coz u guys rock!
brocasarea said…
dude....can i know the link to dwnd these videos??)
Miladysa said…
At the moment I am enjoying listening to David Jordan - have you heard of him Ghosty?

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