LARC March Meeting Presentation
Mike Cook (VE3ZMC) gave a brief history of the discovery of elementary particles and the Canadian connection to the discovery and measurement of the neutrino. Mike explained the rather elaborate and expensive devices and methods used to detect the neutrino and its flavours - electron, muon and tau. Work still continues in detecting the elusive Snipe and Jackalope flavours. Mike had us all looking for neutrinos passing through our thumbs.
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Mike (left) answering questions after the talk. Thanks Mike for a mind-expanding lecture.