Well, has it?
Well, has it?
I'm DIED!!! I is DIED!! NuoooOOOOOOOOOO
So there was one in Texas.
Guess they don't that much fate in science as in Sport/Art in the American educations
Lern 2 spel >:|Quote:
Half way through this project, the penny-smart-pound-foolish anti-pork faction decided they would "cut the pork" to rebuild Los Angeles, after the Watts riot (remember that?) and Chicago, after their flood, (remember that?); so the California and Illinois delegations REMEMBERED THOSE VOTES and decided that Texas didn’t need a collider after all! It was purely a case of what happens when a small group of Congressman and their partisan allies dedicated to a stupid theory of federal budgeting are willing to play gotcha games with the scientific future of the country.
meaning also that most scientist are in Europe now.
and finance in Asia
not like back then when you Have Einstein in the 30 or Werner von Braun in the 50.
We are gathered here today to mourn the passing of the English language...
What you guys are thinking of is the Super Conducting Super Collider, which would've dwarfed the european effort.
Incidentally, it was cancelled because of cost overuns, around when it was shut down, estimates were around 100 billion dollars to complete it.
87.1km circumfrence. Hueg.
Smashing particles together at energy levels similar to a small nuclear explosion isn't a weapon?
...oh wait, false alarm.