October 14, 2009


The Large Hadron Collider is being sabotaged by it's own future.

Nature itself might be stopping the troubled - very, very, troubled - $9B project from being redeemed.

Theoretical physicists Holger Nielsen and Masao Ninomiya say that the potential discoveries from the Large Hadron Collider could be so "abhorrent to nature" that the mysterious Higgs Boson particle is coming back in time to stop its own creation.

The physicists speculate that the Higgs particle could ripple backward through time and stop the collider, effectively a time traveler going back in time to kill its grandfather.


  1. Ah terrific, I don't suppose it ever occurred to the Higgs Boson particle to stop the thing BEFORE $9billion notes had been spent on LHC. We never learn do we. Or is it we will never learn? Or will we used to never learn? or... brain hurts must stop.

  2. Don't worry Dan, that's just your brain rippling back on itself, to, err, prevent you from learning, before your learn anything.

    Or is that before you think anything?