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Tevatron collider falls silent today after 26 years of smash hits

At 8pm BST today in prairie land just outside Chicago, a feat that is unlikely to be repeated in my lifetime will occur for the last time: man-made collisions of high-energy protons and anti-protons. The final collisions at Fermilab’s Tevatron collider bring to an end an odyssey that began in Bob Wilson’s (not the Arsenal […]