Thursday, March 8, 2012

The Sun and the Moon

March 8, 2012
Full Moon

Full Moon 18° Virgo (Ruled by Mercury - Communication)

Horoscope   Huffington Post - March 7, 2012

Meditate as guided.

March 8, 2012

International Women's Day

2012 Theme: Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures

Women and Spirituality Crystalinks


Solar Flare alert

5 red bars on graph above -> geomagnetic storms underway -> affects power grids, GPS, satellite communications, Pacific Ring of Fire

Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) Review

Northern lights exceptional - NYC client going to view them from the Arctic for 4 days - discussed me going with -- too far -- I'm too old

The Higgs Boson

Remember what I wrote about finding the Higgs Boson as reality ends ... they're close ... tick tock

Data Hint at Hypothetical Particle, Key to Mass in the Universe   New York Times - March 7, 2012

After 40 years, more evidence is being reported Wednesday that the end of the biggest manhunt in the history of physics might finally be in sight. Physicists say they have found a bump in their data that might be the Higgs boson, a hypothesized particle that is responsible for endowing other elementary particles with mass.

Tevatron experiments report latest results in search for Higgs boson   PhysOrg - March 7, 2012

New measurements announced today by scientists from the CDF and DZero collaborations at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory indicate that the elusive Higgs boson may nearly be cornered. After analyzing the full data set from the Tevatron accelerator, which completed its last run in September 2011, the two independent experiments see hints of a Higgs boson.

Higgs boson hints multiply in US Tevatron facility data   BBC - March 7, 2012

Scientists from the US Tevatron accelerator say they have spotted possible hints of the Higgs boson at a mass similar to that seen at the LHC. The findings add weight to the idea that the Higgs - purported to give all other particles their mass - exists near a mass of 125 gigaelectronvolts. However, the new data are not themselves sufficiently statistically assured to rate the find a "discovery".