superconducting supercollider

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a collider that operates at very low temperatures

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Fallows attempted a program of neoliberal reforms, asking Congress for legislation that would limit physician incomes to $29 million per year; establish hourly first-class sleeper train service from Washington to Charleston, West Virginia, at an average public subsidy of $287,000 per passenger; make public schools and the draft mandatory for everyone except children of Fallows' friends and members of his administration; close the Superconducting Supercollider, restored by Congress in 1995 following its 1993 cancellation and expanded into a six-county combination science project and theme park employing 625,000 supervisory personnel.
paragraph] The superconducting supercollider, a king-size Texas toy dear to the hearts of some theoretical physicists but necessary to no one else.
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Rob's extensive background in energy and technology policy, his advocacy skills, and his experience working on projects of national significance, including the National Maglev Deployment Program and the Superconducting SuperCollider will go a long way in helping MWTT establish positive relationships, build alliances, and work with a broad spectrum of leaders in the renewable energy industry and government, among others," said Mazur.
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