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Large Hadron Collider Restarted

The Large Hadron Collider, the experiment under the French/Swiss border to recreate the first moments of the Big Bang has been restarted. 14 months previous, the machine had to be stopped when there was a malfunction in one of the parts. Some people have been theorising that the malfunction was caused by particles from the future sabotaging the present, Hmmmmm!!!. Amongst its experiments is to find the Higgs-Bison Particle also known as the God Particle. Failure to find it, will result in a rethink of physics. For more information on the subject, suggested reading is BBC News.

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