The LHC Is So Sensitive It's Affected By the Moon

The Large Hadron Collider is a beacon of all that's great about science and engineering—but that doesn't mean it always works properly. In fact, the facility is so sensitive that even the moon's gravitational pull affects how well it operates. » 6/08/12 4:48am 6/08/12 4:48am

How To Build A Time Machine

According to Stephen Hawking, building a time machine isn't hard: "All you need is a wormhole, the Large Hadron Collider or a rocket that goes really, really fast." Just grab one of those and hop right through the fourth dimension. » 5/07/10 10:40pm 5/07/10 10:40pm

Convincing Your Girlfriend to Put Out on Film Because of the LHC…

Today we learn that you can get a frigid girl to not only put out, but to do it on film by playing the Large Hadron Collider card. (Baby! No one will see that video since the world is ending!) » 9/03/09 9:00pm 9/03/09 9:00pm

The Hills Girls Analyze the Large Hadron Collider

I don't watch The Hills, but that doesn't mean I'm not entertained when I see Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt prancing around and pretending they aren't posing for the cameras: in this clip, Audrina attempts to get scientific with the Big Bang theory and the Large Hadron Collider. Her friend explains that the Large… » 10/30/08 10:00pm 10/30/08 10:00pm

LHC Offline Until Spring of 2009

It looks as thought the magnet situation that shut down the LHC last week » 9/23/08 3:00pm 9/23/08 3:00pm is going to take even more time to correct than previously feared. In order to fully investigate the problem, researchers have decided to hold off a restart until sometime in the spring of 2009. Robert Aymar, director-general of CERN called the…