A 'bigger-than-average' radiation detector...

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Re: A 'bigger-than-average' radiation detector...

Post by Richard Hull » Wed Oct 17, 2012 3:29 pm

"Both machines must be designed for ridiculously demanding environments—the sine qua non is ultrafast and ultra-accurate logging and triage of billions of events per second in a typhoon of radiation under magnetic fields otherwise found only in MRI machines"

And the probability of finding any imagined or precisely calculated event with all this is..............?

Richard Hull
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