After some delay, I finally present to you Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2012.
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An essay by Dr. Lars, as presented by D.K. Snape There’s a flaw in the Hadron Collider. I know it. So do you, if you search down deep. Remember how queasy you felt when they first talked about starting it up? Remember all the protests? We finally accepted it. We had to. Otherwise, the damn [...]