Like a smaller, more confused Paul Revere (not this Paul Revere), I keep warning of the threat posed by the Large Hadron Collider. Last night, one of my Hadron Alert Posse (HAP) let me know that the December issue of Car and Driver featured the LHC. Ever watchful, I went online today and found the following article description:
Smashing Atom: Ariel Atom V8 vs. Large Hadron Collider
Small, insanely fast, and superlight car takes on actual atoms.
Noteworthy, friends, is the fact that the description offers no hyperlink. The innocent explanation: Car and Driver wants to protect some of its content for subscribers. But you and I know better than to believe in the innocence of the LHC. I don't know what that foul boson-grubbing beast is up to, but we must maintain our vigilance. If we don't we might actually have to contemplate the stumbling start to William and Mary's hoops campaign. And nobody wants that.