Hadrons, aren’t they extinct?

I thought all the Taranadons ate them?

I’m pretty sure that it’s not a good idea to be accelerating fossilized ancestors of the sauramons around tunnels in Sweden.

Chris Matyszczyk argues the case against the LHC far better than I could. After all, if we allow KRENN to create a black hole in the middle of the earth (why they dug tunnels that far down I don’t know) does the bible specify an alternate meeting place for the rapture?

After reading a few of the comments, I suddenly realized the origin of Dark Matter, the mysterious “something” out there bending light but invisible to scientists.

Isn’t it obvious?

Dark Matter is made of humor.

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Wow, he sunk that hook in deep..

“Dark Matter is made of humor” but only the extremely dry isotope which doesn’t contain any water and thus has an atomic mass of zero.

I din’t do it, you can’t prove nuffin’.

The strange folk have arrived. Camouflaged, hidden behind dark glasses. No-one notices them, people only see shadows.

Dark matter, serious business…

Is that some kind of Wiking love poem? :)

CERN entering another dimension with hadron collider: Rap!

hardons r extenct!!!!!

we need mass carpet bombing with VIAGRA!!!!

extinct*

gawd i feel stoopid*

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