This is the stub for the live blogging of the CERN Seminar on ATLAS and CMS Higgs search results. SMU post-doctoral scholar Aidan Randle-Conde and I intend to wake up very early on the morning of Jul 4 in order to get to CERN and try to get a seat in the main CERN auditorium. Aidan will also be live-blogging the results at his Quantum Diary Blog, http://www.quantumdiaries.org/author/aidan-randle-conde/.
The public webcast of the seminars will be here: http://cern.ch/webcast
After the seminar, a few of us will sit together and do a “post-seminar” analysis of the results, explaining what we heard and saw and what it means. When that is done and posted on the internet, it will be made available here.
The live blog posts will likely begin appearing below between 11:00-11:30 pm US Central Time on July 3 (corresponding to 06:00-06:30 am July 4th, Central European Time).
Live blogging messages appear below (reload webpage periodically to get updates):