Friday, July 6, 2012

BBC Horizon - The Hunt for Higgs (2012)

CERN is the headquarters of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. It's home to some of the thousands of scientists who have been doggedly hunting the elusive Higgs boson and the £6 billion experiment that they're using to do it. Especially built to find the one particle that's thought to give substance to everything in the universe.

Horizon has been following the final stages of the hunt for this most important and elusive of particles.

P.S. Don't forget to vote to stop calling Higgs boson the 'God particle'

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unwesentlich said...

"Horizon has been following the final stages of the hunt for this most important and elusive of particles."

This is a blunt lie. The dusty old coverage you offer here, as entertaining it may be, been made more than half a year ago.

Which wouldn't be no problem if you'd care to mention the fact.

But no, you choose to sell this as crisp brandnew footage.

This disappoints me. The same hype, sensation wanton attitude here as everywhere else.

Why not stick to some decent standard here?

BlindW@cher said...

Oh, please be calm down. There is no lie or any fabrication. The phrase is taken from the opening sequence of the documentary. I don't sell anything here, everything is free as a blind can understand this fact. If I did so, what did you lost? Did you watch or know this documentary before, no? This blog is here for archive purposes, so published a documentary, which I had no time to upload before, just at a right time.

Anonymous said...

BW, just a little OT. What's your evaluation of RS? Do you think its worth subscribing to anymore (for long periods)? I've been a member since 2005ish and now all I really do is go monthly (like to ddl your post), I think the heydays have passed since the Megaupload crackdown. I'm torn.

BlindW@cher said...

Well, I prefer using RS links for my personal downloads, and I'm going to contine to upload there primarily, because it is still stable.

Tom said...

Great post, I thought this was a fascinating documentary.

It might be 'old' but it doesn't detract from the documentary, I don't think, so thanks for posting.

Anonymous said...

That's just snark, unwesentlich.
You must have noticed this;

"Broadcasted 15 February, 2012
on BBC One."

Anonymous said...

The link is broken !!

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