Smash!: Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider

Smash!: Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider Sara L Latta Jeff Weigel
  • Title: Smash!: Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider
  • Author: Sara L Latta Jeff Weigel
  • ISBN: 9781467785518
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Smash!: Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider Sara L Latta Jeff Weigel Smash Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider What is the universe made of At CERN the European Organization for Nuclear Research scientists have searched for answers to this question using the largest machine in the world the Large Hadron Coll
    What is the universe made of At CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, scientists have searched for answers to this question using the largest machine in the world the Large Hadron Collider It speeds up tiny particles, then smashes them together and the collision gives researchers a look at the building blocks of the universe Nick and Sophie, two cousinWhat is the universe made of At CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, scientists have searched for answers to this question using the largest machine in the world the Large Hadron Collider It speeds up tiny particles, then smashes them together and the collision gives researchers a look at the building blocks of the universe Nick and Sophie, two cousins, are about to visit CERN for a tour of the mysteries of the cosmos Sophie s a physics wiz Nick, not so much But by the time they re through, Nick and Sophie will both feel the power of hidden particles, fundamental forces, dark matter, and It s all a blast in this mind blowing graphic novel
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    1. Children s book that is suitable for all ages Accessible introduction to high energy physics explains why Higgs Boson is both a big deal and far from the end of the story.

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    2. This book is perfect for your science loving graphic novel reading kid The writing was entertaining and the story engaging I could see this being a great introduction to a middle grade science unit on the large hadron collider.

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    3. 4.5 stars from Bill, read the full review at FANTASY LITERATUREDisclaimer just so you know, some of the books we review are received free from publishersSmash, written by Sara Latta and illustrated by Jeff Weigel, is a clear and concise explanation for young people of the standard model of physics including the newly discovered Higgs Boson and in particular of how the giant CERN supercollider contributes to furthering the model s accuracy completeness Saying the book is aimed at the young, howev [...]

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    4. Smash Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider is an informative graphic novel written by Sara Latta and illustrated by Jeff Weigel.Nick and Sophie, two cousins, are about to visit CERN for a tour of the mysteries of the cosmos Sophie s a physics wiz Nick, not so much But by the time they re through, Nick and Sophie will both feel the power of hidden particles, fundamental forces, dark matter, and Ideas that are explored hinge on the question What is the universe m [...]

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    5. Latta, Sara Smash Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe with the Large Hadron Collider 71 pgs Graphic Universe Lerner , 2017 11.99 Content G.This graphic novel features two cousins Nick and Sophie spending some time at CERN Sophie is good at science and Nick is good at art, in fact his making a comic and needs a superhero character idea Sophie takes Nick on a tour part in the imagination during which Nick and the reader learn all about Atoms, Quarks, the supercollider and , as part of a bigger [...]

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    6. Two teen aged cousins visit the Large Hadron Collider or LHR as it is often referred to in Cern, Switzerland Nick likes to draw comics, Sophie knows a lot of physics They team up to find out about the science of subatomic particles and the four fundamental forces She explains a bunch of things to him they also find out some history of the LHR and some of the work and discoveries accomplished there.The book is a thinly veiled overview of basic concepts of the Standard Model of particle physics T [...]

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    7. Smash tells the story of two cousins who explore the building blocks of the universe via the Large Hadron Collider, a machine that accelerates particles and smashes them together Presenting fascinating and relevant concepts, this graphic novel will appeal to middle school and high school students who are already interested these topics For those of us less familiar with this branch of science, having the illustrations in color would have made the concepts clearer and memorable NetGalley provide [...]

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    8. If you or your child is science loving person, than I think it is perfect graphic novel for you It explores physics, explains in entertaining and fun way some of the science subjects.This graphic novel is intended for ages 13 18, but I think it is a great read for adults as well I also adore illustrations in the novel My copy is black and white though, and I am sure color version looks even better.

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    9. A entertaining way to learn about particle physics in graphic novel format Readers meet Nick who is visiting his cousin Sophie in Switzerland Her parents are scientists at CERN, the European research lab for nuclear physics Sophie gives Nick a tour of the facility Along the way he is introduced to the Hadron Collider, finds out about bosons and black holes and dreams about what the future may hold.Reviewer 19

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    10. An easy and approachable look at the science going on in the large Hadron collider.

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    11. A great treatment of a complex topic The subplot of creating a webcomic is flimsy and doesn t work, though.

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    12. More telling, than showing, but heck, how many physics comic books are there Can t be too picky.

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