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Unprecedented Breakthrough at CERN
Every time you think, you weaken the nation —Moe Howard
Sunday, May 24, 2015, 06:26 (UTC)
31 March 2010
GENEVA, Switzerland -- Yesterday, at CERN (La Chambre des Experiments du Relative Notoriete - The Chamber of Relatively Famous Experiments), somewhere in the Alps, two beams of dung particles have been driven at ridiculous speeds and smashed into each other, only to produce a frozen shower of crap.
Estimated at €10 billion, it's one of the most expensive poop experiments ever made worldwide. The physicists are apparently trying to reproduce the brown eye of god, an anulus through which they have calculated that all the stinky universe we live in came out in a large burst at some point of divine indigestion.
So far, the fabulous installation has produced only a fire, huge expenses, some truly amazing debris and a lot of concern among the faint-hearted, which suggests that the denomination acronym of the prestigious organization is a pun on its original intent, which is to strike worries into the gullible. Such people fear that the collisions might produce tiny bungholes that will suck them inside, but scientists dismiss that theory, since there are no reports up to the present day of swimmers being sucked into the considerably larger whale orifices that have been around us for millennia.