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Scientists observe 'rarest event ever recorded

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Dumbledore the Awesome

Theresa May getting her Brexit deal approved? :mellow: 

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Taun

@Vlad the Mighty  I was going to respond "A politician with their hand in their own pocket" - but yours works too! :D

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AllPossible

Very cool but I'm more amazed that there's a dark matter detector. What started that lol who created it? Is it like a radar gun?

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Rolci

I have been waiting for this for soooo many years!

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NCC1701

The event is not so rare if you have zillions of xenon atoms, like apparently in this chamber. Then there will be allways one that has reached its halflife and decays. The trick is to detect that one decay.

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RabidMongoose
21 hours ago, Vlad the Mighty said:

Theresa May getting her Brexit deal approved? :mellow: 

Its not often that you make me laugh but you just did.

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Earl.Of.Trumps

Never knew a proton could decay into a neutron. Beddy interestink!

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tmcom

I thought it was NASA telling the truth, my mistake carry on.

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Impedancer

They found the real Darth Vader join the dark side of the force or was it farce.

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