That could have rescued a bunch of failed materialist ideas …
Now that the LHC has turned out to be dud, producing no black holes or extra dimensions, the latest news is that physicists are planning a new machine, “to follow in the footsteps of the Large Hadron Collider”. This one will be based on “A laser powerful enough to tear apart the fabric of space”, able to “rip a hole in spacetime”, and it will do this much more cheaply than the LHC ($1.6 billion).
You know, it’s one thing to believe that there is a sea route to China – there could be one. (Except, um, there was this mere, pointless detail of the Americas in between.) Isn’t it another thing to believe in all this other stuff with no substantive evidence?
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