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CERN Mad Scientists Admit Ripping Black Hole In Space
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[quote:eXIt 1351603:MV8xNjk0MjA2XzI4MDA1OTYyXzQ4OTE0NkZD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 2519574:MV8xNjk0MjA2XzI4MDA1ODc4X0IwOURGNDk0] Nostradamus Century 9 Quatrain 44 "Leave, leave Geneva every last one of you, Saturn will be converted from gold to iron, RAYPOZ will exterminate all who oppose him, Before the coming the sky will show signs." [/quote] Positron production near a 1000000 solar mass black hole...just say'n [/quote]
A spokesperson for the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) has confirmed the fears of many in the scientific world after revealing that the reason for the sudden closure of the Large Hadron Collider, the world's most expensive physics experiment, was not due to "technical problems" as previously stated, but because its controversial particle collisions have sensationally rendered a "tiny black hole" in the fabric of space.
"I can confirm that, yes, the first stages of the experiment resulted in the appearance of a miniscule black hole," said the spokesperson to gathered reporters on Monday. "The black hole is being kept under quarantine and our scientists have been monitoring its progression," he explained.
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