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New era for physics begins in Cern

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Celebrations in Cern, where the Large Hadron Collider has smashed particles together at record-breaking energies. Last week’s milestone marks the beginning of what is being described as a new era for physics, an era which may answer some of the fundamental questions about our universe.

http://www.euronews.net/2010/04/05/new-era-for-physics-begins-in-cern/

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I hear some incredible Pinewood derby cars are being built outta there.

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OMG 2012 will be here ANY DAY NOW

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Black Hole FTW!

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Black Hole FTW!

They have assured us that any black holes would be relatively small and probably harmless

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lol "relatively"

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They have assured us that any black holes would be relatively small and probably harmless

:lol:

:idea:

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Don't you know? It opened up a black hole and the earth is now just a singularity.

You just didn't notice it because you got pulled in, too.

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Celebrations in Cern, where the Large Hadron Collider has smashed particles together at record-breaking energies. Last week’s milestone marks the beginning of what is being described as a new era for physics, an era which may answer some of the fundamental questions about our universe.

http://www.euronews.net/2010/04/05/new-era-for-physics-begins-in-cern/

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the new era is still very far away as it will take them 15-20 years to analyze all the data.

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