Super Collider [LP] - Vinyl

Super Collider [LP] - Vinyl

Waxahachie, Texas Superconducting Super Collider A Texas-sized particle collider that was abandoned due to its Texas-sized budget

Waxahachie, Texas Superconducting Super Collider A Texas-sized particle collider that was abandoned due to its Texas-sized budget

EXTREMELY RARE Superconductor Copper Niobium Metal Alloy (Stripe Block) from the ex-Texas Superconducting Super Collider / DESERTRON

EXTREMELY RARE Superconductor Copper Niobium Metal Alloy (Stripe Block) from the ex-Texas Superconducting Super Collider / DESERTRON

The Desertron: World’s Largest Super Collider Lies Abandoned - http://www.decoradecor.com/the-desertron-worlds-largest-super-collider-lies-abandoned.html

The Desertron: World’s Largest Super Collider Lies Abandoned - http://www.decoradecor.com/the-desertron-worlds-largest-super-collider-lies-abandoned.html

EXTREMELY RARE Superconductor Copper Niobium Metal Alloy (Feather Block) from the ex-Texas Superconducting Super Collider / DESERTRON

EXTREMELY RARE Superconductor Copper Niobium Metal Alloy (Feather Block) from the ex-Texas Superconducting Super Collider / DESERTRON

EXTREMELY RARE Superconductor Copper Niobium Metal Alloy (Elliptic Coin) from the ex-Texas Superconducting Super Collider / DESERTRON

EXTREMELY RARE Superconductor Copper Niobium Metal Alloy (Elliptic Coin) from the ex-Texas Superconducting Super Collider / DESERTRON

What was to be called the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) began as an idea in 1983. Four years of lobbying resulted in the 1987 Congress approval of a bill earmarking a $4.4 billion dollar budget for the project. A site in Texas was chosen, and in 1991 construction began on what was supposed to become the world’s largest super collider. By 1993 the cost projection had risen to over $12 billion. With limited financial resources, the U.S. government was forced to choose between funding…

What was to be called the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) began as an idea in 1983. Four years of lobbying resulted in the 1987 Congress approval of a bill earmarking a $4.4 billion dollar budget for the project. A site in Texas was chosen, and in 1991 construction began on what was supposed to become the world’s largest super collider. By 1993 the cost projection had risen to over $12 billion. With limited financial resources, the U.S. government was forced to choose between funding…

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