10th September. Large Hardon

As I write this twaddle there are just 52 minutes left of life as we know it. The Large Hadron Collider will be switched on at 8.30 ending all forms of life - possibly. With this in mind I decided to spend some of my last moments with a quick trip to the patch - which itself resembles a post apolyptic blast. Needless to say there was bugger all there apart from a Great Crested Grebe and a Tufted Duck (patch tick!). Clearly the birds are sensing the impending doom and have buggered off to another galaxy - or not.

3 comments:

Andy Mackay said...

Calm down Mark - if the universe is going to be destroyed by the LHC, it won't be for at least another month, when the collisions actually start. We could be on Shetland when it happens - just think, the last thing you see might be a Siberian Accentor being stretched out to inifinity...

Mark said...

What a way to go!!

Andy Mackay said...

Or even 'infinity'. Typing isn't my strong point.