Al Ruedo Los Cuernos as Seen by Edgar
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New Library Opens On Campus @ Pascual Guerrero Football Stadium
“Hoy con satisfacción nos encontramos en el Estadio inaugurando esta biblioteca y nos sorprende por el diseño, la modernidad y la presentación, esperamos que la gente la disfrute; nosotros hemos sido la capital deportiva de Colombia y debemos continuar siéndolo, y ésta es uno de los hitos, como la biblioteca de la ciudad”, dijo Alfredo Carvajal Sinisterra, de la Junta Directiva de Carvajal S.A.
“Va a ser novedosa porque es temática en esto del deporte y pienso que para nosotros va a ser muy importante es la biblioteca digital”, aseveró el presidente de la Fundación Carvajal, Roberto Pizarro.
“Excelente. El Estadio es algo importantísimo que nos deja ésta administración para la historia del deporte y ahora en la biblioteca temática es algo muy novedoso para nuestra ciudad y en el país. Vamos a disfrutar de lo que es en sí el deporte como tal, estudiado y reflejado en una cultura que hay que rescatar en nuestro Valle del Cauca”, declaró, el Ex fútbolista del Deportivo Cali, Walter Escobar.
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Monday, December 19, 2011
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Hindustan Times - 2 hours ago
International scientists said on Tuesday they had found signs of the Higgs boson, an elementary particlebelieved to have played a vital role in the creation of the universe after the Big Bang. found no conclusive proof of the existence of the particle ...
Invention & Technology News - 1 hour ago
So, does the 'God Particle' exist? Although scientists at CERN are not 100% sure that they've found it, they are, according to Joe Incandela, a leading CERN physicist, “right at the boundary of where you might get a vague hint of something. ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 5 hours ago
Decades of work have been devoted to the quest for a sub-atomic particle called the Higgs boson - popularly referred to as the "God particle" - which may at last have been detected. Bruno Mansoulie, a researcher at the European organisation for Nuclear...
Christian Science Monitor - 2 hours ago
Until the particle is discovered, the Higgs-field explanation remains largely theoretical. Other groups have tried to find the Higgs boson using less-powerful particle accelerators than the one researchers are using at CERN. Those efforts succeeded in ...
The Guardian - 54 minutes ago
Have we found it? Nope. But we're getting close to discovering whether or not it exists. How close? Close enough that scientists at Cern are now certain we'll find out for sure in 2012. The 6000-strong team working on the project at the Large Hadron ...
Slate Magazine - 2 hours ago
13, 2011, at 1:44 PM ET Scientists at the CERN gave update Tuesday on their search for the Higgs boson, a elusive subatomic particle that is believed to be a basic building block of the universe. Physicists haven't foundthe so-called "God particle" ...
Washington Post - 42 minutes ago
Scientists in Europe announced Tuesday morning that they have found evidence that the elusive “God particle,” the Higgs boson, actually exists. The scientists have stopped short of claiming discovery, but in a press conference livestreamed from the...
Metro - 5 hours ago
Cern director general Professor Rolf-Dieter Heuer said that more evidence was needed to confirm that theparticle had been discovered. 'Such signals can come and go… Although there is correspondence between the two experiments, we need more solid ...
News One - 1 hour ago
Scientists said Tuesday that they have narrowed down their search for the so-called God particle, or the Higgs boson, the particle believed to be the basic building block of the universe. The revelations Tuesday were heavily anticipated by thousands of ...
Daily Mail - 6 hours ago
One of CERN's most senior physicists this afternoon announced firm evidence for the existence of the elusive Higgs Boson, or God particle. Although the signal doesn't meet strict scientific standards for a 'full ...
RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty - 1 hour ago
While there is much more atom-smashing to do before the elusive subatomic particle is declared found, physicists say that moment could come as early as next year. "We still need many more collisions next year in order to get a definite answer on the ...
CNN - 2 hours ago
In a highly anticipated press conference, researchers announced that two independent experiments at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva have turned up signs of the so-called "God particle." While the experiments haven't yet turned up enough data to ...
Wall Street Journal - 14 minutes ago
Scientists claimed progress in the search for the Higgs boson - colloquially known as the 'God particle' - which is considered the basic building block of the universe, Gautam Naik reports on digits. Photo: Getty Images. On Tuesday, physicists at the ...
The Guardian - 11 hours ago
The Higgs boson, or so-called God particle, has become the most coveted prize in particle physics since it was postulated in the mid-1960s. Its discovery would rank among the most important scientific advances of the past 100 years and confirm how ...
Reuters Blogs (blog) - 4 hours ago
REUTERS/Denis Balibouse) International scientists said on Tuesday they had found signs of the Higgs boson, an elementary particle dubbed the “God particle” that is believed to have played a vital role in the creation of the universe after the Big Bang. ...
Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
Physicists have detected hints of the long-sought Higgs boson but have not yet amassed enough data for definitive proof of discovery of the so-called God particle, scientists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, said Tuesday. ...
Telegraph.co.uk (blog) - 7 hours ago
But the real question is: why is it called the God particle? It's not a God particle. It's nothing to do with God, with religion, with anything to do with creation. Or at least any more than any other particle is. The name was created by Leon Lederman, ...
NDTV - 6 hours ago
The Higgs boson - also known as the so-called "God particle" - is more likely to be found in the lower energy ranges of the massive atom smasher being used to track it down, the team's leader said. The information is expected to be confirmed later in ...
Times of India - 4 hours ago
GENEVA: It has been called "the brick that built the universe," "the angel of creation" and "the god particle." It is thought to have emerged from the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago and have brought much of the rest of the flying debris together to ...
Christian Science Monitor - 1 hour ago
Physicists are increasingly confident that they have narrowed down the place where the Higgs Boson will befound. It has been called "the brick that built the universe", "the angel of creation" and "the god particle". It is thought to have emerged from ...
12NewsNow.Com - 37 minutes ago
Two groups of scientists worked independently on different parts of the hydrogen collider to watch and analyze the particlecollisions. Scientists say Higgs boson particles won't be discovered by actually observing the particles themselves. ...
Deutsche Welle - 3 hours ago
The statement emphasizes that the discovery of this likely mass range is not enough to declare the particle as discovered. "We have restricted the most likely mass region for the Higgs boson to 116-130 GeV, and over the last few weeks we have started ...
Northern Voices Online - 7 hours ago
A major announcement from CERN is expected about God Particle or Higgs Boson later today. Will it reveal something new? We may be going to hear a great announcement regarding the much speculated God Particle from CERN laboratory in Geneva....
The Guardian - 1 hour ago
Scientists believe they may have caught their first glimpse of the Higgs boson, the so-called God particle that is thought to underpin the subatomic workings of nature. Physicists Fabiola Gianotti and Guido Tonelli were applauded by hundreds of ...
Technology Review (blog) - 1 hour ago
CERN announced today that it had almost, but not quite, found the Higgs Boson, a subatomic particle that gives objects mass. Two experimental teams reported that they had seen evidence of the particle between 115 and 130 gigaelectron volts (for ...
NASDAQ - 3 hours ago
... and CMS experiments which further narrowed the mass range within which the Standard Model Higgs boson may be found. Nevertheless, an exact answer to the existence or non-existence of the famed "God particle" requires more data and further analysis. ...
Telegraph.co.uk - 11 hours ago
Today, scientists working on the Large Hadron Collider will reveal what they've learnt about the 'God Particle'. It's another exciting step forward in physics, says Sue Nelson . By Sue Nelson After 30 years in the shadow of biology, physics is in the ...
TechEye - 9 hours ago
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider are expected to announce something relating to the 'god particle', the Higgs boson, at a conference today. It probably won't have much to do with working out the whereabouts of the elusive beardy man in the sky. ...
UPI.com - 2 hours ago
13 (UPI) -- US and European scientists say they may have caught a glimpse of Higgs boson, the so-called "God particle," but have stopped short of claiming the discovery. Finally identifying the most coveted prize in particle physics could be a turning ...
National Post (blog) - 3 hours ago
Experiments at Europe's giant atom smasher have “reduced the window where scientists think they will find the Higgs boson,” also known as the God Particle, said Bruno Mansoulie, a researcher at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). ...
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