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March 30th, 2010 #1Sheriff
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Now is the time to quote Prof Brian Cox "Anyone who thinks the LHC will destroy the Earth is a twat."
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What, you'd use that money for the ignorant masses? There's more to life then mere survival.
They procreate-bringing stupid people into the world, they destroy each other, & they don't even know what the collider could do for the betterment of mankind.
Much like a Denny's in the Sahara.
But I digress.
I remember reading an article about this. Heard about it on NPR.
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March 30th, 2010 #9There's more to life then mere survival.
Although i think i understand what you mean, and i agree. Some risks are worth taking.
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I swear to god, every time I see "Large Hadron Collider", I read it as "Large Hardon Collider", and it's driving me nuts.
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