Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Tunguska and the LHC - coincidence or not?

I didn't see the connection at first, but it's so clear...just staring me in the face...

  • June 30, 1908: The Tunguska Event. A multi-megaton explosion over an uninhabited area of Siberia.
  • August 2008: The first operation of the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland, which may very well have the capacity to destroy the world...
Isn't it obvious??? The LHC, once it is switched on, will open a temporal vortex, jumping over 100 years (it was off by a little over a month, but temporal vortices are imprecise that way) and creating a massive explosion a few thousand miles away (again with the imprecision). There is, quite simply, no other possible explanation. How could this be a coincidence??? HOW?????????????????????????????????????

Unless, of course, it's just a coincidence.

Gosh, two days into my stay-at-home vacation, and I'm going seriously batty.

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