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BBC: The Hardon Collider Restart

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Watch out for that thing!   :L7gw3Vh:

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31 minutes ago, Brio said:

:jptdknpa: No that isn't a spelling error

 

They're restarting the WHAT? BBC News makes a very unfortunate mistake in its coverage of the Large Hadron Collider

BBC mistakenly switched the 'r' with the 'd' to give it a whole new meaning

 

I do not even want to imagine hardons colliding. Think of the little atoms.

when you see it next to this quote! "The huge collider has undergone more than two years of upgrades, to give it double the power" obviously you will laugh :D

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As long as the "Hardon" doesn't collide with any black holes, we'll be ok. Could get messy otherwise. lol.

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All joking aside, and for those who may still be alive in another 47 years, you just may see something called a "Cyclotronic Matter Splicer" and which will be a hand-held time/dimension travel device. It is an off-shoot to this said thread topic.

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5 minutes ago, Cryptic Mole said:

All joking aside, and for those who may still be alive in another 47 years, you just may see something called a "Cyclotronic Matter Splicer" and which will be a hand-held time/dimension travel device. It is an off-shoot to this said thread topic.

Let's hope the BBC turns off spell checker when they report on that.

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7 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

That's what you get when bots write news. lol

Bots don't make hard-on mistakes, people do. lol.

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