Title: Time Machines
From Fermilab to neutrino hunting in Antarctica to ongoing attempts to
re-create the conditions of the Big Bang using the world’s largest atom
smasher in Switzerland, Stanley Greenberg has over the course of five
years traveled to -and photographed- many of the most important
experiments in modern physics.
The result is this breathtaking volume in which hulking detectors and
accelerators are revealed to be structurally interesting objets d’art.
Time Machines takes readers deep into the world of
muons, neutrinos, and quarks, a place where scientists mount
ever-larger experiments in hopes of finding ever-smaller particles.
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