Well, I guess that wraps it up.

Early this morning, the mad scientists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research – finally went and did it. They activated the large hadron collider (LHC) and began spawning miniature black holes, which promptly sucked in all the available mass around them, growing in mass and density, and within a matter of femtoseconds, our planet was ripped apart by gravitational forces beyond human control.

We had a good run, I suppose. As a race we managed to develop agriculture, arts, various systems for preserving knowledge, and towards the end we managed to fit a little space exploration in there. Not bad for a fledgling race of sentients. But in the end, our runaway thirst for knowledge just got the better of us. Oh well.

Where the fuck am I going to host my blog now?

9 Responses to “Well, I guess that wraps it up.”

  1. Stephieface Says:

    The biggest loss for the human race, as far as I’m concerned, is that there will no longer be any kilt pr0n.

    Sad day indeed.

  2. janna Says:

    The good news is that this prevents San Antonio from being overrun by people trying to escape Hurricane Ike. Ike’s got nothing on black holes.

  3. bezzie Says:

    Curiosity killed the cat eh? Or maybe not–we’ll always have Shrodinger’s cat!

  4. David Says:

    Bezzie –
    But will we? Will we really?

  5. Heather Says:

    This whole concept bothers the hell out of me. Big time. It just seems like they are asking for it, ya know?

  6. Kath Says:

    Apparently somebody’s mommy & daddy didn’t teach them that just because you CAN do something that doesn’t mean you SHOULD. And just because all your little scientist friends are jumping off a cliff, does that mean you should jump too? Hmmmm?

  7. geeky Heather Says:

    I believe you mean “holes of color”.

  8. Plum Texan Says:

    We will neither have nor NOT have Schrodinger’s cat…until the box is opened…

  9. Patience Says:

    But did we ever answer the question of whether or not the marketplace wants fire that can be fitted nasally? How can we end until the Committee reports back?