Along the way the Higgs boson achieved a notoriety rare for abstract physics. To the eternal dismay of his colleagues, Leon Lederman, the former director of Fermilab, called it the “God particle,” in his book of the same name, later quipping that he had wanted to call it “the goddamn particle.”
July 4, 2012.
It’s about to rain in this “Sun City”.
I’ve been listening to rain songs, between eating this and that, and watching the news about forest fires, the weather, war, and something called the God Particle.
Scientists believe that they have caught the falling star (wrong metaphor, but it sounded good) that will tell them how the universe got started, but they should probably devote more time to figuring out how to slow down the universe’s demise.
Of course, this is hyperbole de moi.
Neither political party, nor any nation, has the power to kill the universe, let alone a galaxy; but Earth is on the chopping block.
Here are just a few threats:
Nuclear disasters (of peace and war).
And last but not least:
Please forward some of your own threats…before it’s too late.
IT’S THE OIL STUPID!