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Physicists have resurrected a particle that may have existed in the first hot moments after the Big Bang. Arcanely called Zc(3900), it is the first confirmed particle made of four quarks, the building blocks of much of the Universe’s matter (abstract one, abstract two). Until now, observed particles made of quarks have contained only three quarks (such as protons and neutrons) or two quarks (such as the pions and kaons found in cosmic rays).
Switch Fringe is a relatively new not-for-profit annual music and arts festival in the UK town of Ipswich, and this year’s program features a full page map of the town with details about each venue. Unlike most other maps this one is in the form of a Zelda level. This is in part due to this year’s theme ‘Re-imagining Ipswich,’ that PixelH8 is coming out of semi-retirement to play a gig during the proceedings and possibly due to the fact that the map’s designer — The Decibel Kid — spent too much time playing Zelda on a Gameboy Color during the first Web bubble.