Today’s physics news: Wednesday, 23 June

Budget 2010: Green policies ‘sidelined’, campaigners say
Green groups disappointed after chancellor reveals no further details on plans for a green investment bank or home energy-efficiency schemes

Guardian 
 
Europe’s next-gen polar weather satellites twin up
The next-generation of Europe’s polar orbiting weather satellites will fly in a two-spacecraft configuration.
 
BBC

God particle signal is simulated as sound
Scientists have simulated the sounds set to be made by sub-atomic particles such as the Higgs boson when they are produced at the Large Hadron Collider

BBC 
 
Study finds no link between phone masts and childhood cancers
Pregnant women living close to mobile-phone base stations are at no greater risk of having children who develop cancer, researchers have found.

Independent  

Speedy star points to more massive Milky Way
The fastest star ever seen in the Milky Way’s ancient halo may boost estimates for our galaxy’s mass, say German astronomers

Physics World

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