Jan 16, 2021

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New Zealand physicists have joined the world-wide search for dark matter, an invisible building block of the Universe

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A group of New Zealand physicists can better collaborate on CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) projects based in Switzerland and France thanks to KAREN.

The high-speed connection to the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid means New Zealand researchers can partner with CERN members from approximately 60 other counties in the search for new particles.

The CMS group hopes to learn more about the origin of mass, extra dimensions of space, the reasons for the imbalance of matter and antimatter observed in the Universe, and dark matter.

For more, you can read the Godzone particle hunters case study.

2 thoughts on “New Zealand physicists have joined the world-wide search for dark matter, an invisible building block of the Universe

  1. The CMS group may also take interest in the discovery already reported by me. The
    actual discovery of gravity's exact mechanism along with that of dark matter
    has already taken place, way back in autumn 2010. I know from my theoretical
    understanding that it is impossible to find any traces of Higgs boson as a
    quantum particle in the Hadron collider, neither can it show the existence of
    dark matter. Some details of my discovery of how gravitation exactly works are
    on http://www.anadish.com/ ; details of how it is produced in the framework of
    quantum mechanics has been disclosed to the US Patent Office and is to be
    published by them as a filed patent application. I consciously did not report
    to any peer-reviewed journal, fearing discrimination, because of my
    non-institutional status as a researcher. I had filed the US patent application
    (US 13/045,558) on March 11, 2011, after filing a mandatory Indian patent
    application on January 11, 2011.

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