OOPS! I think the planning and construction of this beast had been the subject of at least a couple of Discovery and Science Channel features. A project of staggering scope. NPR did a story on the "accident" the other day. Nearly done and ready to start testing and something as simple as a mis-wired circuit virtually toasted the massive magnets that drive the machine. It's like screwing in the last bulb on your Xmas tree only to have the whole thing fall down.
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