OUR MISSION STATEMENT

    To understand the structure of matter in terms of the smallest fragments of matter.

    To understand the forces that hold the fragments together to form the visible and

     invisible universe of which we are a part.

    To understand the the role played by matter and forces at the beginning of time.

    To invent the tools and instruments necessary to answer the questions that arise.

    To apply the knowledge thus attained for the advancement of human civilization.

    To teach others what we learn from our quest.

 

 

 

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