Zap Goes the Large Hadron Collider

And, we're still here! Well, of course we are. They didn't actually collide anything today. All of the conspiracy theorists and doom sayers will have to wait a while for the earth to be swallowed up by a black hole. Bad wolf.

In case you have been in a black hole and don't know what I'm talking about, I'm referring to the first beam being produce over at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC).

I won't go into all of the detail because a million other people have already written about it, so just go here or here. According to Wired, we may get to see the black hole sometime in late October.

Duane Benson
It sucks to be a singularity

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