Well, probably not everything, but I wrote a question-and-answer post about the Higgs boson over at Double X Science. I hope I caught most of the big questions people might want to know about!
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- arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0… So Pluto rings seem very unlikely, though not entirely ruled out. h/t @erinleeryan 2 hours ago
- @erinleeryan See, this is why I ask dorky questions on Teh Twitter. Someone knows the answers! 2 hours ago
- @AstroKatie A-friggin'-men. 2 hours ago
- RT @AstroKatie: Let's celebrate people who contribute to human advancement while also being decent humans, & not pretend that being smart g… 2 hours ago
- RT @erinleeryan: @DrMRFrancis hmm, they'd have to be relatively thin as Pluto has been obs'ed via occultations for atmospheric depth measur… 2 hours ago