APR 22, 2014 02:49 PM PDT
5 Experiments People Thought Could have Destroyed the World...but didn't
WRITTEN BY: Jennifer Ellis
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We're better off with the knowledge gained from experiments like the Large Hadron Collider and the Trinity and Starfish Prime atomic bomb explosions, but what if they had gone wrong?
About the Author
  • I love all things science and am passionate about bringing science to the public through writing. With an M.S. in Genetics and experience in cancer research, marketing and technical writing, it is a pleasure to share the latest trends and findings in science on LabRoots.
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