Friday Funny: Human Sacrifice to Shiva The Destroyer at CERN Facility

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

The true purpose of the Swiss CERN high energy physics facility has been revealed, by an apparent attempt by staff to summon Shiva The Destroyer through ritual human sacrifice.

WARNING: Contains rude language

CERN management have rejected accusations they are a centre of an evil cult, with a boring claim that the video is just an unauthorised staff prank.

“Cern welcomes every year thousands of scientific users from all over the world and sometimes some of them let their humour go too far. This is what happened on this occasion,” said a statement emailed to AFP.

Read more: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/08/18/cern_staff_conduct_human_sacrifice_at_supercollider_site/

What do you think? Is CERN a centre of Satanic ritual and dark purpose? Or are they just a bunch of well paid government scientists with overactive imaginations, and way too much time on their hands?

If your business is attempting to explore other dimensions, perhaps it pays to stay on good terms with as many supernatural entities as possible.

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kim
August 19, 2016 11:01 am

Heh, not a demon to be summoned. Ask Parvati.
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August 19, 2016 11:16 am

Not a good look.

Bill Powers
August 19, 2016 11:20 am

Answer B: “…just a bunch of well paid government scientists with…way too much time on their hands”
Governments – it’s what they do.

BallBounces
August 19, 2016 11:31 am

More likely a SETI project?

H.R.
August 19, 2016 11:33 am

Well, they’ve tried everything else attempting to find the ‘God particle.’

Hugs
Reply to  H.R.
August 19, 2016 11:42 pm

I really oppose terms like God particle. It does not make any sense and might disturb people who are religional.
Also remember that ToE, “Theory of Everything” is NOT a theory of everything. And charm quarks have nothing to do with charm or milk products.

Reply to  Hugs
August 22, 2016 7:46 am

Hugs — In a metaphorical world, riding on a language such as English where every other word has drifted 6 ways from its original meaning, it is well to have thoughtful commenters like you reminding us when a spade is actually not a spade. You seem to have coined religional (I can’t find it in my desktop OED), though I like the word so much I would like to ask your permission to use it.
I though the God particle was a boson involved with the origin of mass, not with the origin of matter. I have always found a great deal of Godliness missing from that particle, though I would think the explanation of mass would be way up there in importance on any list of explanations.

gary turner
August 19, 2016 11:36 am

If someone says, “I have a sense of humor, but that’s not funny,” he doesn’t.
In the end, all humor is based on pain or Murphy’s Law (which is itself painful). It is mankind’s way of coping.
gary

Reply to  gary turner
August 19, 2016 2:19 pm

+1

Paul Nottingham
Reply to  gary turner
August 20, 2016 1:19 am

“If someone says, “I have a sense of humor, but that’s not funny,” he doesn’t.”
I refute your argument thus:
Stewart Lee
Russell Brand
Ricky Gervais
Anyone else from the horde of alleged comedians who think that their “progressive” credentials make up for the complete absence of humour.
Having said that, there are also many very funny left wing comedians, it’s just that comedy should be funny
Personally I like this old clip, for anyone who has had to suffer the wannabe radicals

kevinmackay
Reply to  Paul Nottingham
August 22, 2016 10:54 am

Yes, there is such thing as “not funny”.

TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 11:38 am

This is similar to the Gotthard Tunnel inauguration ceremony, nearby CERN.
There are many videos on this event – I will put a link to a longer one so anyone can see the whole thing, in context.Eventually, a ram-horned figure comes out and plays lustily with a female, amongst other quite unique scenes.

21:25: wtheck? 29:20 – here come the ram horns!

1:25 – there he is the devil himself! 12:13 – did he just hump her? yep, he did. 18:00 to 18:30 – wtheck?
I am a Christian. I understand that not everybody is. I understand that many scientists believe that “science” has done away with our need to believe in the supernatural.
At the same time, the predictions of our Book are getting played out pretty accurately.
The hallmark of science is prediction. It is not that big of a deal to apply an explanation after the fact and claim your explanation is true. However, making a claim then proving it with an observation is very powerful proof.
The Bible uses this same principle – tested, fulfilled predictions – to prove that there is a God, and that He communicates with us, and that He cares about us.
Isaiah 5:20 says “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil.” In this day and age, people like me who believe in God get identified as brain-dead dumb, or malevolent, while our culture honors and supports more and more behavior every day that used to be bad. We find excuses for people rioting, and blame the good people of the world. Etc.
When humans try to make up a supernatural or cosmological celebration, it just ends up looking Satanic. Gosh, I wonder why.

Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 11:52 am

The Global Statists use denial of Reality from the binary structure of DNA , ie : sex , to the equality of CO2 and H2O as the foundation of life as their cudgel over the honest and rational .

Erny72
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 1:01 pm

What’s with European bureaucracies and self gratification? Surely it would have been quiet suffiicient to wheel out a few ‘dignitaries’, declare the tunnel open and cut a ribbon. Ten minutes and the job’s done.
Why the need for a an hour of poxy, poncy-pose production and cavorting,if nottoprove they’ve really lost the plot?

Robert Christopher
Reply to  Erny72
August 19, 2016 1:17 pm

So, you didn’t see the opening ceremonies of the last few Olympics? 🙂

Reply to  Erny72
August 19, 2016 7:04 pm

The point of Public Works is not to improve the voters’ lives but to showcase the Politicians who “gave” them the public work. Takes a lot of film and tape and live broadcasts for that.

Erny72
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 1:18 pm

You do have to remember you’re not dealing with normal people here, you’re watching artistes and those whackers don’t inhabit the real world as you and I do.
1:25 – there he is the devil himself!
The artistes will no doubt give you a one hour dissertation on how the goat is symbolic of the mountains which the tunnel conquers and the farming traditions of the region. Even though a tunnel has nothing to do with the goat herding that Swissmen in strange clothes used to do before they discovered money laund, erm, banking.
12:13 – did he just hump her? yep, he did
The artistes will continue to lecture about it being a metaphor for the tunnel being a seed that gives birth to a new era of fertile trade in the mountains or some other gobbledegook…
18:00 to 18:30 – wtheck?
I think here the absinthe has finally started to kick in, the green fairy is in plain sight and the artistes are immersing themselves in the moment, adlibbing or some other drivel. Which would be a pompous way of admitting that they’re playing with themselves.

JimB
Reply to  Erny72
August 20, 2016 1:39 pm

+1

AP
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 4:42 pm

That is the weirdest opening ceremony for a piece of infrastructure I have ever seen. What happened to a big ribbon and blunt scissors?
That is just strange and disturbing.

Gary Hladik
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 4:52 pm

“Eventually, a ram-horned figure comes out and plays lustily with a female, amongst other quite unique scenes.”
I’d ask what that whole ceremony is all about, but I suspect it’s like the physics done at CERN: waaaay over my head! 🙂

DonM
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 6:12 pm

I am just left wondering if the prancing ram got paid a lot more than the dangling dung beetles. (around 2:30)

Hugs
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 19, 2016 11:57 pm

Boring or funny video? Voting for boring.

Johann Wundersamer
August 19, 2016 11:40 am

There’s more in the Alps to see:
https://youtu.be/58ZbJGKUjvU

Brian R
August 19, 2016 11:40 am

I was waiting for a baby Hellboy to climb out the the darkness.

August 19, 2016 11:49 am

I’m pretty sure that Shiva followers do not practice human sacrifice.
Now, if it were Ancient Maya

Paul Westhaver
Reply to  vrajavala
August 19, 2016 6:04 pm

ehhh.. we’ll be seeing that in a couple of years.

August 19, 2016 12:02 pm

Obscene, not rude, language in first video. How dreamy and robotic the shallow ways of nihilist entertainment; like a funeral; who would want to attend? Even Hollowweird is a tiny bit better than these Euro-suiciders in the videos below. The shallow have no concept of the meaning of religious figures such as Shiva or even the devil. Everything is up for grabs; make it up as you go; nothing is real and nothing to get hung about.

Plato
August 19, 2016 12:08 pm

Don’t play with it.

FJ Shepherd
August 19, 2016 12:09 pm

Oh, if only they knew that Siva’s consort, Kali, is Mother Nature in disguise.

Moderately Cross of East Anglia
August 19, 2016 12:17 pm

I agree with our friend Poems of our Climate that equating Hindu religion and Shiva with some kind of half ass student prank bereft of any understanding is unworthy of the attention of your excellent website. The humour question isn’t the issue – you are just giving your enemies something to mock you about and that is undeserved and to be avoided.

MarkW
August 19, 2016 12:20 pm

Government officials with way too much time on their hands.
A fairly common problem.

BFL
Reply to  MarkW
August 19, 2016 3:09 pm

Or nerds with too much time on their hands:

gnomish
August 19, 2016 12:29 pm

next, we levitate the pentagon and let yog sothoth out.
oh, wait…

Severian
Reply to  gnomish
August 19, 2016 8:05 pm

Campus Crusade For Cthulhu.

ossqss
August 19, 2016 12:32 pm

Where is Godzilla when we need him?comment image

David L. Hagen
August 19, 2016 12:33 pm

There is a long history of human sacrifice to Kali, Shiva’s consort.

Reply to  David L. Hagen
August 20, 2016 7:09 pm

True. However, the victims of Kali are usually already dead by the time the actual bloodletting begins. Historically, the cause of death coming by way of ambush strangulation of road-weary travelers.

Reply to  naggme
August 20, 2016 7:16 pm

Edit: I forgot to mention another interesting tidbit. Kali assassins, who practiced ritual murder and robbery, refered to as ‘thuggee’, is where we get the modern word, ‘thug’.

David L. Hagen
Reply to  David L. Hagen
August 20, 2016 7:26 pm

Compare Mother Teresa and her serving the dying in Calcutta. She converted an old temple to Kali (Kali Ghat) into a hospice. India honored Mother Teresa with a state funeral.

Duster
Reply to  David L. Hagen
August 20, 2016 8:31 pm

Not everyone thinks she was a saint.

Reply to  David L. Hagen
August 22, 2016 2:29 pm

She served the dying because she refused to treat the sick.
Kind of a death worshipper in a Catholic nun garb.

David L. Hagen
Reply to  Alexander Feht
August 22, 2016 7:57 pm

Alexander Fact Check – on what evidence? “Mother Teresa

founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation, which in 2012 consisted of over 4,500 sisters and was active in 133 countries. They run hospices and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis; soup kitchens; dispensaries and mobile clinics; children’s and family counselling programmes; orphanages; and schools”

Nobel Peace Prize for

Mother Teresa and her helpers built homes for orphans, nursing homes for lepers and hospices for the terminally ill in Calcutta. Mother Teresa’s organization also engaged in aid work in other parts of the world.

TB, HIV and Leprosy are still diseases needing treatment.

Frank
August 19, 2016 1:02 pm

Eric: I personally find some aspects of current high energy physics difficult to accept (10 dimensions and dark energy, for example). And I dislike that fact that untestable hypotheses (string theory) are sometimes presented without reminding the audience that “science” requires testing such theories – if it is to be distinguished from religion and philosophy. One might call them all conjectures. Some new physics has very misleading names: Dark matter can be translated into mass that produces a gravitational field, but doesn’t produce stars as bright as we would expect from ordinary matter. Experiments designed to test the hypothesis that the missing mass is composed of new particles haven’t discovered any yet.
However, many earlier scientists were unable to adjust to quantum mechanics, relativity and more recently chaos. Arthur Eddington wrote around that time: “Not only is the universe stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine.”

Reply to  Frank
August 19, 2016 7:21 pm

I agree with your entire first paragraph.
I disagree with Eddington. I can imagine many universes stranger than this. But I’m one of those wacky science fiction writers.

TheLastDemocrat
Reply to  Frank
August 19, 2016 7:52 pm

Frank: my “religion” is tested as science is. This is different from all of the other “religions.”
Science depends on a statement of how the world works, then an observable, disprovable test that indicates the accuracy of the view of the world.
Predictions must be made a priori, not after the fact (as with “evolution” theory, or the “scientific” view of the universe emerging from nothing).
A failed prediction invalidates the claim of truth.
When predictions are fulfilled, you tentatively hold on to the theory.
With enough various fulfilled predictions, you might eventually progress to labeling a hypothesis as “truth.”
This is what we have with Judeo-Christianity. You can go explore our view that many predictions, prophecies, have been fulfilled…
Old Testament:
All who see me mock me; they hurl insults, shaking their heads.
“He trusts in the Lord,” they say, “let the Lord rescue him.
Let him deliver him, since he delights in him.”
Surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows;
yet we esteemed him stricken, smitten by God, and afflicted.
But he was pierced for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities;
upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with his wounds we are healed.
All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned—every one—to his own way;
and the Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all.
New Testament:
“The poor you will always have with you, but you will not always have me.”
–Two-fer. Frank? Do you see this as true? Or not? We have the poor, despite our long-term efforts to abolish poverty. Also, Jesus is not with us anymore.
“I tell you the truth, wherever this gospel is preached throughout the world, what she has done will also be told, in memory of her.” –Demonstrably true; the Bible is the most-read book evar anywhere. This story has been read uncountable times.
A handy reference to be reviewing –
http://www.accordingtothescriptures.org/prophecy/353prophecies.html
The only predictions that have not been fulfilled are those of Revelation.

gnomish
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 20, 2016 2:10 am

uh, no.
the bible may be the book with the most copies evar distributed.
coming in second might be america online cds that were also used to carpetbomb an uninterested populace.
in fact, the bible may be the most thoroughly unread book, per copy, of any book evar.
nobody i know ever read it from cover to cover. it’s freakin boring – more of an ordeal than finnegan’s wake.
i know far more people who have read james clavell epics – which they paid to own.
and they don’t think it makes them morally superior for having done it.

Bartemis
Reply to  Frank
August 20, 2016 11:24 am

“Dark matter can be translated into mass that produces a gravitational field, but doesn’t produce stars as bright as we would expect from ordinary matter.”
It’s more than that. It is exotic matter that not only does not emit electromagnetic radiation, but concomitantly does not absorb it, either and, in fact, does not interact with electromagnetic radiation at all.
It’s very epicyclic. Once upon a time, researchers saw a discrepancy with their models of circular orbits, and decided that the orbits must have epicycles on top of them to fit the math of the current reigning theory. Today, they fill the gaps with dark matter instead of epicycles.

U. Thorvaldsson
August 19, 2016 1:31 pm

That’s good humour, to the contrary ! I’ve seen much stranger pranks going on on some isolated army base (which I can’t name, for obvious reasons).

Jeff Alberts
Reply to  U. Thorvaldsson
August 19, 2016 8:43 pm

Yawn. Those aren’t predictions, just observations of what had already happened and would likely continue to happen.

Reply to  U. Thorvaldsson
August 20, 2016 8:04 pm

U. Thorvaldsson
I was thinking the same thing. I was stationed at a “remote site” for a time during my service in the army.
we got pretty imaginative at times.

Latitude
August 19, 2016 1:38 pm

I’m sorry…but you just don’t wear those shoes to a ritual

Frederick Michael
Reply to  Latitude
August 19, 2016 6:39 pm

Bingo. Where are the feminists complaining about the outfits?

David Long
August 19, 2016 1:43 pm

If you compare them to the ‘real’ religions of the world it’s clear that what’s missing here is funny hats.

JohnKnight
Reply to  David Long
August 19, 2016 5:17 pm

“What do you think? Is CERN a centre of Satanic ritual and dark purpose? Or are they just a bunch of well paid government scientists with overactive imaginations, and way too much time on their hands?”
Two choices? What happened to stuff like pompous A-holes dorks who I wouldn’t trust to mow my lawn? ; )

Andrew Bennett
Reply to  David Long
August 22, 2016 5:36 am

There was a sci/fi comedy in the UK called Red Dwarf and in the first series there was a split in a religion caused by the colour of the funny hats. Maybe you have to be British to get the Humour as I know attempts to make this in the US failed.

dmacleo
August 19, 2016 2:39 pm

dumbas$ prank crap…

BFL
August 19, 2016 2:48 pm

Maybe after this from Shiva:

Johann Wundersamer
August 19, 2016 3:10 pm

Well, Christianity stems from Europe. And that’s how europe adopted Christianity: the believe systems were already there, and Christianity adopted them.
Like the celthic day when the doors to the otherworld are open, Halloween.

David Chappell
Reply to  Johann Wundersamer
August 19, 2016 5:52 pm

Since when has Palestine been in Europe?

JohnKnight
Reply to  David Chappell
August 19, 2016 6:28 pm

Christianity has adopted Halloween? . .
Europe was apparently “Pagan” for the most part . . and seems to me to have returned to it’s roots to some extent, which might explain in part why Europeans, generally speaking, are more amenable to something like the CAGW hypothesis . . It’s relatively hard to shoehorn the idea of the Abrahamic God leaving vast amounts of extremely handy hydrocarbon fuels all over the joint, which will result in global catastrophe should they be utilized, into the minds of Americans, it seems to this American Christian, anyway . .

JohnKnight
Reply to  David Chappell
August 19, 2016 6:30 pm

(PS~ That was accidentally placed under your comment. David)

Johann Wundersamer
Reply to  David Chappell
August 20, 2016 10:07 am

Allerheiligen Allerseelen, Halloween, as easter cult as Christmas was incorporated from anglosaxon and celtic traditions to ‘neutralize’ what people would hold anyway, vatican couldn’t do anything about so vatican did a propaganda coup.
Every Christmas in the stem lands of Christianity know; and don’t make a fuss about. Ever heard freedom of religion.

Johann Wundersamer
Reply to  David Chappell
August 20, 2016 11:28 am

As always – no offend ment to anyone, thanks for replying!

JohnKnight
Reply to  David Chappell
August 20, 2016 2:10 pm

“Allerheiligen Allerseelen, Halloween, as easter cult as Christmas was incorporated from anglosaxon and celtic traditions …”
You’re assuming too much, I believe, in the case of Halloween . . Some Christians eat sausages, but that don’t mean Christianity adopted sausages . .
“…and don’t make a fuss about. Ever heard freedom of religion.”
I’m an American, I don’t do obey the pushy European. Did you forget?

TheLastDemocrat
Reply to  Johann Wundersamer
August 19, 2016 8:03 pm

Johann: It is very easy to got holt of Marco Polo’s account of his travels. As he and his companions traveled to China and across Asia including India, they mention the religious composition of the various locales.
This is circa 1200 AD. Christianity is noted throughout the Asia they traveled.
It is believed that “Doubting” Thomas headed for India post-Acts. And, this accounts for the “Nasrani” Christians in India.
I mentored a woman from India who was a Nasrani, from early childhood. She eventually made it to the States. To pay the bills, she got a job at a Jewish school. So, she was able to observe Judaism in practice. She knew her Nasrani practices were different from other Christian styles of worship, but just attributed it to being from India.
When she observed Judaism, she was stunned to see how it was like her Nasrani practices – Thomas took his Jewish practices to India.
Marxists paint “Christianity” as “Western” as yet another strategy for discouraging us from favoring our Cultural Hegemony. “Western” for the Marxists is synonymous with “oppression,” “imperialism,” “colonization,” etc.
–Johann: you have bought a Marxist narrative.

Johann Wundersamer
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 20, 2016 10:19 am

The LastDem, you’re telling me the cultural conservative economic most capitalistic parts of Europe, farmers since generations, are Marxists.
Careful – maybe you laugh about Sarah Palin. Everybody here respects Americans and their economic approach. Maybe you want to equal with cultural heritage.

Bartemis
Reply to  TheLastDemocrat
August 20, 2016 11:29 am

That is fascinating, TLD. Will have to read up on it.

Johann Wundersamer
Reply to  Johann Wundersamer
August 20, 2016 9:39 am

Cristianity wasn’t developed in Palestine but in Anatolia and spread from Rome.
Palestine developed Palestinians.

MfK
August 19, 2016 3:13 pm

A lot of strange stuff happens at CERN.
http://southpark.cc.com/clips/2bri32/troubled-rebel-princess

catweazle666
August 19, 2016 3:25 pm

2016 is the first time in 666 years that Halloween falls on Friday the thirteenth.
Or so my wife has just informed me…

Smokey (Can't do a thing about wildfires)
Reply to  catweazle666
August 20, 2016 8:52 am

ALL HAIL CEILING CAT.
MAY HER GAZE BE PLEASANTLY DISTRACTED BY OUR HUMBLE OFFERING OF CANNED DOLPHIN TUNA.
~_^

FMD
August 19, 2016 4:12 pm

Stupid posts like this only lower the normally high scientific reputation of this site.
[it’s humor, not intended to be scientific, and we have had Friday Funny for years =mod]

Marcus
Reply to  FMD
August 19, 2016 4:50 pm

….Hmmm, what part of “Funny” did you not understand ?

Ken
August 19, 2016 4:37 pm

They are not that well paid. The 1st and 2nd level Physicists and IT people are paid sh*t.

pwl
August 19, 2016 4:43 pm

Ha ha, well bored minds need to have their off work hours creative stimulation… baring black hole planetary self collapse of course… no repeats of Red Matter and Volcan please CERN… thanks…

Paul Westhaver
August 19, 2016 6:02 pm

I’ll better that!
The grand opening of the Gotthard tunnel near CERN.

Let them… so we know who they are.

Marcus
Reply to  Paul Westhaver
August 19, 2016 6:17 pm

..WTF !! That was absolutely sickening….Brexit came just in time, so at least some of Europe will be spared from insanity…

BFL
Reply to  Paul Westhaver
August 19, 2016 7:08 pm

And let’s see how that works out when “refugees” settle in under Sharia…Going to be some real sacrifices of groups like this then….

Reply to  Paul Westhaver
August 19, 2016 7:40 pm

The horned beast predates Christianity by at least 2000 years. See Robert Graves’ The Greek Myths. Paganism is alive and well in Europe This proves only that Christianity has failed.

TheLastDemocrat
Reply to  Ronald P Ginzler
August 19, 2016 8:08 pm

Our Book starts with “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”
1. There was a beginning.
2. The universe includes: time (“beginning”), space (“heavens”), and matter (“earth”).
Fail?
“Modern” cosmology says:
Something arose from nothing.
Fail.

jorgekafkazar
Reply to  Ronald P Ginzler
August 20, 2016 7:54 pm

I’m surprised no one has yet identified the figure. No need to wander off to India and Central America. It’s the Krampus. It’s well known in Alpine lore, and Switzerland is very Alpine. It proves nothing at all except that people have free will to do silly things.

Gary Hladik
Reply to  Paul Westhaver
August 20, 2016 3:35 pm

The march at 1:19 reminds me of Apple’s famous “1984” ad. 🙂

OK S.
August 19, 2016 6:50 pm

All this publicty about CERN is just secret government misdirection to take attention from the re-opening of HAARP. Or maybe chemtrails.
Does nobody remember the last time the government hooked up with the unholy Trinity (Brahma, Vishnu, & Shiva)?
http://www.alamogordo.com/wp-content/uploads/trinity10sec.gif
Yes. Too much time on my hands on a Friday evening.

TRM
August 19, 2016 7:28 pm

As long as Shiva doesn’t bring his consort Kali along I’m okay with it. You get the 2 of them together and some drinking games later the whole universe is toast.

Reply to  TRM
August 19, 2016 7:43 pm

And it’s time to re-read Roger Zelazny’s brilliant novel, Lord of Light.

gymnosperm
August 19, 2016 9:38 pm

IMO very beautiful dance with themes capturing many aspects of human nature and the human predicament. To me the headline video could be just another iteration of this. We have sacrificed millions, hundreds of millions if you count wars.
In a sense reenacting imagery from the Lascaux caves is an act of humility, an admission that our particle colliders are just the latest iteration of our unending struggle to understand.

David A
August 20, 2016 12:23 am

Calling Shiva satanic is simply ignorace, as well as an insult to a billion or so people who had the wisdom to follow Ghandi’s “ahimsa” inspired ideals of effecting change, something today’s SJWs (imv, rebels without a cause compared to Indian independence) sadly lack.

Seattle
August 20, 2016 7:50 am

Meanwhile, everything is safe at the LHC
http://www.cyriak.co.uk/lhc/lhc-webcams.html

August 20, 2016 12:09 pm

Hi ! I think they have tried everything possible attempting to find the ”God particle” please click on this link http://www.unn.edu.ng thanks.

JimB
August 20, 2016 1:56 pm

Well, I think the physicists have finally found the Higgs boson. Maybe. I await in awe to see what they can make in the LHD. Or find.

Jerry L Davison
August 20, 2016 2:22 pm

That’s some good looking found footage stuff, to bad that went out with Blair Witch.

Chris
August 20, 2016 11:44 pm

This was actually a Burka fashion accessory commercial.

Russ Wood
August 21, 2016 4:03 am

Reading the Charles Stross “Laundry” books, I wonder if he wasn’t close to the truth when he wrote that running the wrong kind of computer program could summon up demonic entities from another dimension!

Interesting point
August 21, 2016 7:05 am

The definition of darkness as the absence of light has only been questioned in the last 100 years, yet the answer has always been provided by Genesis 1. This is what happens when the Godless use science as a religion and encounter a truth.
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep.
They Godless got a ways to go, now that they are just discovering everything was CREATED outta that stuff called darkness.

DJC
August 25, 2016 4:22 am

Yes, most ‘science’ establishments have a trunk of black hooded robes siting in a cupboard somewhere for the off-the-cuff high jinx such as this.
Seen in context with the repugnant Gotthard Base Tunnel opening ceremony makes me wonder what happens to people who work underground for long periods of time.

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