Particle accelerators look like donuts, so why not use donuts to explain particle accelerators? That was the thinking by Harriet Bailey and Alice Lighton who use donuts, Kit-Kats, Twizzlers, some kind of strudel-like thing, and far less edible ball bearings to explain what a synchrotron does. By the end of the video, you’ll be a little bit smarter. Probably also hungry.
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