Nature News Blog: Hot stuff: CERN physicists create record-breaking subatomic soup : Nature News Blog
Get Guinness. Physicists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider have achieved the hottest manmade temperatures ever, by colliding lead ions to momentarily create a quark gluon plasma, a subatomic soup and unique state of matter that is thought to have existed just moments after the Big Bang. Read more
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