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    Terasiel is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    As much as I consider theories on subatomic and astronomical physics to be in a state of frequent replacement, because of the nature of it all being guestimation... I'm actually looking forward to the results from these experiments. When you can actually test things in real time by forcing them to occur, the results are easier to believe.

    Oh, and Steal, you're doing one hell of a good job.

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    getting killed by a blackhole is pretty darn awsome if you ask me. i have no problem with dying with the rest of the world in a split second, really ask your selfs what your gonna do if there would be a meteor crash over 2 minutes and everyone died? would you run in a circle screaming? or just have that last Yawn..


    Whats up with the oversized signatures?

    i love you black flash Muah !!!

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    Terasiel is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    More trouble with the damnable collider

    Broken magnets put particle collider in limbo.

    Geoff Brumfiel
    Broken magnets at CERN will need to be replaced.Broken magnets at CERN will need to be replaced.M. Brice/CERN

    Details of last month's accident at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's premier particle accelerator, are emerging — and confirm that the machine will not restart before late May or early June 2009.

    Officials at CERN, Europe's particle-physics laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland, say that the time is needed to overhaul a sector of the 27-kilometre-long machine, after an electrical failure on 19 September caused some 6 tonnes of ultra-cold liquid helium to leak into its tunnel. A preliminary report issued on 16 October says that as many as 29 of the nearly 10,000 magnets used to guide the accelerator's proton beam will need to be replaced. Further magnets may need to be removed and inspected, and modifications must also be made to prevent future accidents. "It's a serious incident," says James Gillies, a spokesman for the laboratory.
    *sigh* I gotta say it. Limbo? I guess they just set the bar too low.

    On a related note: At least Gordon Freeman's on the job.

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    Issalroc is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    I bought a crowbar an I'm growing a beard. Let them aliens come.

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    But do you has gravity gun?



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    I have a gravity belt. Just like the martian child.

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    meaning also that most scientist are in Europe now.

 

 
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