Last Updated
May. 14, 2007

Not The UC Davis Particle Theory Page

for the Davis Particle Theory Page click here!

Physics: other services:
SPIRES or the arXiv
hep-ph, th, or ex Well Known Canadians
hep summary   jobs and hiring Google, Yahoo
seminar calendar seminar archive WebMail
More Physics stuff HEFTI current weather map

A Random Image

Barcelona and Cambrils attacks: Hunt for suspect in Spain: Spanish media name the man being sought for the Las Ramblas killings as 18-year-old Moussa Oubakir.
Trump defends 'beautiful' Civil War statues: The president says history and culture is "being ripped apart" by the removal of Confederate statues.
Chinese vendors 'exploiting' African children removed from Taobao: Customers could pay to have African children shout out messages like "Looking for loans?" in Chinese.
Samurai sword attack at Taiwan's presidential palace: The attacker, carrying a stolen samurai sword and a Chinese flag, injured a military policeman.

Buildings renamed, monuments fall as Indigenous oppression is acknowledged: Langevin Block for AIH

While Canadians observing the violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., can rest assured this country does not have hundreds of U.S. Civil War monuments, some statues and buildings divide Canadians along similar lines.

Minor leak balloons into major web outage at StatsCan: documents: Census Start 20160501

Internal documents obtained by CBC News show Statistics Canada needed 30 hours to restore its website in June after a relatively minor incident triggered escalating IT problems. A former head of the agency blames Shared Services Canada for failing to upgrade and maintain aging equipment.

Indigenous warriors find a new weapon: the cellphone: KAMAO CAPPO protest canadian tire

Kamao Cappo, an Indigenous man, was thrown out of a Canadian Tire store in Regina last month after being accused of theft. We've heard this story over and over again, but something was different this time: Cellphone footage that Cappo himself took showed the accusation was unjustified.

New York Times Science
The Illuminating Power of Eclipses: With the sun obscured, eclipses can be revelatory: Starting at least over 2,000 years ago, they have been fodder for significant discoveries.

Why Some Say the Eclipse Is Best Experienced in a Crowd: Human behavior researchers offer four reasons why it's worth experiencing totality in a large group, even if the toilets overflow.

An Eclipse Chaser’s Guide to Your First Eclipse: The coming solar eclipse will be a wondrous sight — if you get into viewing position in time, the clouds cooperate and you’re ready to have your mind blown.

Matter: A Speedier Way to Catalog Human Cells (All 37 Trillion of Them): Many types of cells remain unknown, but researchers have discovered a faster way to group cells by function, paving the way for a complete census.

Trilobites: Researchers Offer Solution to Puzzle of Sea Snakes With Jet-Black Skin: Turtle-headed sea snakes that live closer to humans develop darker skin, which may be like a pollution trap that they shed.

Visualizing Science



Computer model provides a new portrait of carbon dioxide
By Patrick Lynch

An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.

Plumes of carbon dioxide in the simulation swirl and shift as winds disperse the greenhouse gas away from its sources. The simulation also illustrates differences in carbon dioxide levels in the northern and southern hemispheres and distinct swings in global carbon dioxide concentrations as the growth cycle of plants and trees changes with the seasons.

NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

This is gorgeous… and strangely soothing.

For more mesmerizing climate models, watch Gavin Schmidt’s talk about climate change patterns»

Particle Physics Jobs Rumor Mill current

This site is maintained by: John Terning