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The IBM Proton Decay Detector- situated 600m below Lake Erie in Ohio, USA.
Built to detect the occasional decay of protons, it is a large ‘cave’ filled with water and lined with phototubes. Theses tubes would register the particles produced if a proton decayed. 

The IBM Proton Decay Detector- situated 600m below Lake Erie in Ohio, USA.

Built to detect the occasional decay of protons, it is a large ‘cave’ filled with water and lined with phototubes. Theses tubes would register the particles produced if a proton decayed. 

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