Pesky Baguette Shuts Down CERN’s LHC

Nov 10, 2009 · 21788 views

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It looks like CERN’s Large Hadron Collider has once again suffered another setback. The culprit? A piece of bread. Officials believe that a speck of bread (originally part of a baguette deposited by a bird […]

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  1. Sounds like a joke! If the collider had been built in Italy, would a pizza jammed up the machine?

  2. Blueboi says:

    It does doesn’t it. :p

  3. Kurt K says:

    Do you think that the scientists of the future are purposely trying to delay the end of the world by traveling back in time to inflict these pesky setbacks on the collider???

    Initially, the collider was set back due to a massive power outage at the time of activation. Food for thought!

  4. Blueboi says:

    Maybe the doomsday event causes a rip in the fabric of space-time allowing people’s consciousness to slip through and prevent the event from occurring. Like on that show Flash Forward, except the other way around :p

    Personally i think the whole 2012-DoomsDay thing is just silly. The world’s REALLY going to end before that; on December 31st, 2009. I’ve got proof too, see *holds up calendar*. It just finishes there.

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