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Could the world end in nine days?


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Dehydrated Water Buckets huh....I dont have any of those. How soon can you get a pallet of them up to me in NY?

All they need to do is tell the public, that firing up the LHC will help us solve our "energy crisis" then people will throw money at it and not ask questions. Kinda how the manufacturing companies are gouging consumers with there "green" products, which are the same as the "non-green" product but double the cost.
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All they need to do is tell the public, that firing up the LHC will help us solve our "energy crisis" then people will throw money at it and not ask questions. Kinda how the manufacturing companies are gouging consumers with there "green" products, which are the same as the "non-green" product but double the cost.

:) :) :) Wait a minute, this is true!
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:)
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hopefully none of those little black holes escape and get into someone's digestive tract...if they did then they might create a new disease....Large Hadron Colitis


nyuck nyuck nyuck
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hopefully none of those little black holes escape and get into someone's digestive tract...if they did then they might create a new disease....Large Hadron Colitis


nyuck nyuck nyuck

AH HAHAHAHA :) :)
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hopefully none of those little black holes escape and get into someone's digestive tract...if they did then they might create a new disease....Large Hadron Colitis

I did not know that you knew my ex-wives.
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Plural exes? Wow, that is unfortunate. So are they black holes, or Large Hadron Colitis? I would imagine that your marriages felt like a black hole, given that they're ex-wives. :)
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One Large Hadron Colitis, two black holes.
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revealing what happened when the universe came into existence 14 billion years ago.

Well this is certainly a debatable topic, the funniest question I ever heard asked was "Who said science could explain everything? What if it just was, just because?"

My hat off to the scientists of the world, of course, because of the hard work they do. But can they explain everything that happens?

I don't know the answer to the question, but I think it's fascinating to think about it. :)
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"Who said science could explain everything? What if it just was, just because?"

The phrase, "don't take things for granted" comes to mind. An attempt at an explanation is better than no explanation at all, I think.
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Has it been 9 days yet :)
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revealing what happened when the universe came into existence 14 billion years ago.

Well this is certainly a debatable topic, the funniest question I ever heard asked was "Who said science could explain everything? What if it just was, just because?"

My hat off to the scientists of the world, of course, because of the hard work they do. But can they explain everything that happens?

I don't know the answer to the question, but I think it's fascinating to think about it. :)


That's why they're doing this. To know if they can. Right?
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Has the Large Hadron Collider destroyed the world yet?
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Has the Large Hadron Collider destroyed the world yet?


:):rofl::) :) :) :) :) :)


Did you just create that site? Or did you find it somewhere...?

Edited by jt1990, 09 September 2008 - 08:25 PM.

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Has the Large Hadron Collider destroyed the world yet?


:):rofl::) :) :) :) :) :)


Did you just create that site? Or did you find it somewhere...?


:rolf: I had a good laugh. Thanks.
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