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Brian Cox explains why Large Hadron Collider is important

Brian Cox explains why Large Hadron Collider is important

(16:26) TED Talks from 2008. Rock star physicist Dr Brian Cox talks about his work on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, discussing the biggest of big science in an engaging and accessible way.

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Guest: (4053 days ago)
What is he grinning at all the time? what a prat. I hate when scientist try to be cute and cool; just do the work.
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What is he grinning at all the time? what a prat. I hate when scientist try to be cute and cool; just do the work.
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Guest: (4053 days ago)
I think you'll find that the guy is really interested in the topic he is discussing. You have a very commericial red top view of what is cool. To me, this guy loving physics so much is cool.
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I think you'll find that the guy is really interested in the topic he is discussing. You have a very commericial red top view of what is cool. To me, this guy loving physics so much is cool.
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Guest: (4053 days ago)
Latest comment: I'm sure there are many other physicists that could have done this presentation without the bad jokes and inane grinning; they would have also made it as or more entertaining, informatively, and comprehensible.
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Latest comment: I'm sure there are many other physicists that could have done this presentation without the bad jokes and inane grinning; they would have also made it as or more entertaining, informatively, and comprehensible.
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Guest: we all gonna die! cool! (4053 days ago)
the conditions at the time frame he refers to is 'massive expansion'. isnt massive expansion in a confined area commonly called a bomb? anyone wanna form a doomsday cult? (we could dress up funny)
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the conditions at the time frame he refers to is 'massive expansion'. isnt massive expansion in a confined area commonly called a bomb? anyone wanna form a doomsday cult? (we could dress up funny)
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