Professor Brian Cox of Manchester University on fears that the Large Hadron Collider will destroy the world, or the theory that nature is sabotaging the device to stop it being turned on:
“Anyone who thinks the LHC will destroy the world is a tw–,” he said.
Chilling, eh? Because that wasn’t news.com.au censoring the professor. That was Cox suddenly dematerialising out of existence before he got to finish the sentence.
If the the universe is destroyed when the collider is switched on, it can start over again with another big bang. I’ll see you all in 14 billion years.
That article reads like an episode of Star Trek. Probably wouldn’t have been a bad one either, I imagine as season finale cliffhanger.
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