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This photo illustrates where the
                     underground tunnel that creates the Large
                      Hadr...
This image is a silly comic about the uncertain effects that
          the Large Hadron Collider might have and the hope
 ...
This is a view of the inside of the tunnel being
         built and worked on, this is where particles
         will be br...
This depiction of the Large Hadron Collider
                   shows what the tunnel looks like beneath
                  ...
• This pictures shows all of the different
         experiments that make up the LHC and where the
         experiment is ...
• Two LHC Scientists in the middle of the
       experiment, this photo shows the magnitude
       of this invention.
Larg...
• This is a picture of a simulated Higgs Boson decay
                      pattern; Higgs Boson is widely regarded as the
...
• The LHC team successfully created the hottest temperature
           ever in a lab 4 trillion degrees Celsius, which can...
This is a timeline of “The Big Bang
                Theory” that is being put to the test
                             usi...
• String Theory, it is not a widely
           accepted explanation for the universe
           but will be put to the tes...
The first image that I would choose for the
high school audience is the picture that shows
the size of the area covered by...
The first image I would choose for my
audience of science majors is the image that
explains the Big Bang Theory. The reaso...
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  1. 1. This photo illustrates where the underground tunnel that creates the Large Hadron Collider lies 570 ft beneath the ground in Geneva, Switzerland. The Large Hadron Collider, Retrieved on February 17, 2010, from http://blogs.physicstoday.org/industry09/lhc.jpg
  2. 2. This image is a silly comic about the uncertain effects that the Large Hadron Collider might have and the hope that the theorists are right about the outcome. Are we still Alive? Retrieved February 17, 2010, from http://sexwithheadphoneson.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/large_hadron_collider.png
  3. 3. This is a view of the inside of the tunnel being built and worked on, this is where particles will be broken apart. Large Hadron Collider. Retrieved February 17, 2010, from Large Hadron Collider /fot. www.neatorama.cachefly.net
  4. 4. This depiction of the Large Hadron Collider shows what the tunnel looks like beneath the ground and it’s inner workings. Virtual No More (November 27th,2009), Retrieved February 17, 2010, from http://peculiarvelocity.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/hadron.jpg
  5. 5. • This pictures shows all of the different experiments that make up the LHC and where the experiment is beneath the Franco-Swiss border. The Layout of the Large Hadron Collider, Retrieved February 17, 2010, from http://www.particlephysics.ac.uk/news/picture-of-the-week/picture-archive/the-layout-of-the-large-hadron-collider/990721.jpg
  6. 6. • Two LHC Scientists in the middle of the experiment, this photo shows the magnitude of this invention. Large Hadron Collider, Retrieved February 17, 2010, from http://media.photobucket.com/image/Large%20Hadron%20Collider/preeto_f03/inv_hadron_collider.jpg
  7. 7. • This is a picture of a simulated Higgs Boson decay pattern; Higgs Boson is widely regarded as the “God Particle” that gives all other particles their mass. Higgs Boson, Retrieved February 17, 2010, from http://www.wired.com/images/article/full/2007/06/higgsboson350px.jpg
  8. 8. • The LHC team successfully created the hottest temperature ever in a lab 4 trillion degrees Celsius, which can break down matter into the soup-like substance that it was microseconds after the birth of our universe. This is 250,000 X’s hotter than the center of the sun! Quark Soup Served, Retrieved February 17, 2010 http://www.dailygalaxy.com/.a/6a00d8341bf7f753ef012877a61bc9970c-pi
  9. 9. This is a timeline of “The Big Bang Theory” that is being put to the test using the LHC. The Big Bang Theory, Retrieved February 17, 2010, from http://ssscott.tripod.com/bang.jpg
  10. 10. • String Theory, it is not a widely accepted explanation for the universe but will be put to the test by the LHC. A Sense of Scale, Retrieved February 17, 2010, from http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/everything.html
  11. 11. The first image that I would choose for the high school audience is the picture that shows the size of the area covered by the Large Hadron Collider. This image would be a good one for these students because it is a clear depiction of the magnitude of this experiment. The size of the Large Hadron Collider is shocking and this picture makes that easy to understand. The other image I would have used is the comic. Comics are easy attention-getters and would help the students connect with the idea that the LHC is a very new form of technology and the effects are uncertain. It is an effective image because it presents its information in a humorous way.
  12. 12. The first image I would choose for my audience of science majors is the image that explains the Big Bang Theory. The reason for this choice is the fact that this theory is a driving force of the LHC experiment and needs to be re-visited and well understood, this picture provides that explanation. The next image that I would choose is the image of the simulated Higgs Boson decay that I provided. The Higgs Boson particle is a crucial element of the LHC experiment. Scientists hope to create this “God Particle” in order to hold the basis of all matter and the Universe. This particle would unlock many doors. The audience needs to see this particle and the captions provides it’s significance.
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