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February 19, 2013


Scientists are still sorting out the details of last year's discovery of the Higgs boson particle, but add up the numbers and it's not looking good for the future of the universe, scientists said Monday.

(Thanks to jon harris)


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EEEK! Only a billion years! Run for your lives!!!!!

I'm betting my homeowner's insurance won't cover that.


I would suggest asking your agent about "Apocalypse Insurance"

Relax everyone. The Sun will run out of hydrogen and turn into a red giant that vaporizes the Earth long before the Universe destroys itself.

So ... where's Doc Brown & his flux capacitor when we really need him?


I sugggest that we get out the sun tan lotion and the speedos.

I think we should start to worry if Dances with Vowels runs to Vegas. Or Madison, Wisconsin, the Vegas of the Midwest.

That's not what I asked. I distinctly said, "Do you think it's going to rain tomorrow?"

Suddenly I don't feel so bad about buying those cowboy boots yesterday! Yay!

Depressing, yes. More depressing than Honey Boo Boo, no.

"...All we are are Higgins-Bosons in the windddd....."

So, Jesus appearing in the sky with lots of cool lighting and fog effects complete with choirs of angels singing is right out then?

I see a handbasket in my future......

e.e. cummings knew about this decades ago.

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