I’ll take “Things I Had No Interest In Doing Until They Were Denied to Me” for $400, Alex.
Another scientist at CERN, Steven Goldfarb, was more blunt and to the point. “It would burn right through you.”
Barney explained that a much wider halo of radioactive subatomic particles, mostly electrons and muons, accompanies the “extremely” intense proton beam.
“Your whole body would be irradiated. You’d die pretty quickly.”
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The deadly job of a subatomic particle physicist