Best of Last Week – Observing Higgs analogue in superconductors, mysterious Mars cloud and cancer risk found in soda

It was a good week for physics as a combined team of researchers from Germany and Israel were the first to observe a Higgs boson analogue in superconductors—the theory was first put forth a half century ago and the group was able to carry out their experiments in an ordinary lab. Another team of researchers confirmed the existence of super-terminal raindrops—a lot of rain drops falling during storms, it turns out, come down faster than terminal-velocity suggests they should. —> Read More Here


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