A Conversation for Dark Matter

A quibble and wimp-hunting

Post 1

Researcher 170889

My quibble is that I think background radiation can be essentially non-existent or it can be negligible, but I boggle a bit at saying it is 'essentially negligible'. As to the hunt for wimps, perhaps the theoretical scientists could look among their own ranks, since if I remembver those from school headed toward that profession, 'wimp' comes to mind....

A quibble and wimp-hunting

Post 2

tacsatduck- beware the <sheep> lie

smiley - laugh
smiley - chick

A quibble and wimp-hunting

Post 3

night nurse, not able to post until her computer is mended.

My Son - post graduate theoretical particle physicist at Manchester could no way be considered a wimp, superior, eccentic,exasperating yes, but not a wimp

A quibble and wimp-hunting

Post 4

Mammuthus Primigenius

Yeah, none of the theorists I know are really wimps, the ones you saw leaving school must have been the ones that never made it.

Do check out my latest article on Gran Sasso - the world centre for wimp hunting, now in peer review - http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A594957.


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