Wednesday, September 10, 2008

About Us


Mike Johnson, M.D.
Mike lives in Michigan.

Guy Brookshire
Guy is a writer living in the Bay Area.

Elon Granader, M.D.
Elon is a resident physician in Michigan.

About the Blog and Name

Super Collide began on the day the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was turned on and takes its name from that grand experiment. The LHC, built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in a 17 mile tunnel underneath France and Switzerland, is the largest, most expensive, most ambitious experiment in scientific history. It promises to unlock long-standing secrets of the universe. Suggestive of the enormous scale and imagination of this undertaking is that the analytical computing network devoloped by CERN in part for the LHC later became the world wide web. The LHC represents a great triumph of human imagination and cooperation in the battle with ignorance. In that spirit we initiated this humble record, to mitigate the authors' ignorance and offer small inspirations for each other and our readers.

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We can be contacted at supercollide@gmail.com

(Image thanks to CERN, simulation depicting the decay of a Higgs particle following a collision of two protons in the CMS experiment)