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HeadlessHessian
Contra el prejuicio.
11:05 AM on 08/27/2010
I thought the anti-universe left office in Jan/2009?
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Adam616
bweh
11:02 AM on 08/27/2010
And not a moment too soon! After all, America is running out of countries to attack! And this new universe is ANTI...right off the bat you know it's evil!
10:48 AM on 08/27/2010
They need to find out where all the ball point pens go. I mean, seriously. Think about how many cheap pens you lose in a given year. Now think about how many people use (and also lose) these same pens. We should be just awash in pens!! But we're not!!! SO WHERE SO THEY ALL GO???????

I gotta lie down.
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whiskeytangofoxtrot451
10:59 AM on 08/27/2010
My dog chews them all to pieces.

Seriously.
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Adam616
bweh
11:03 AM on 08/27/2010
Won't SOMEBODY think of the DRYER SOCKS???
10:48 AM on 08/27/2010
We must continue to develop new technology to further understand the universe and explore it. One day the Imperium of Man will contain a population of trillions and span the entire galaxy.
10:48 AM on 08/27/2010
Well, anything that is in the same basket of goodies as the Hadron Collider is just as reckless. I have a feeling that the discovery of nuclear arms will be dwarfed by this technology. But, as my momma used to say: You're juuuuust smart enough to kill everyone, not just yourself. (I got that one when I was 6. I decided that if bleach was a cleaner and ammonia was a cleaner, they're gonna work AWESOME mixed together!) LOL!
11:14 AM on 08/27/2010
The hadron collider is perfectly safe. Nature has been slamming particles together at far greater energy for billions of years, without anything bad happening. We have real things to worry about -- overpopulation, environmental disasters, peak oil, and so on. Who, and what, will be left in 100 years?
01:30 PM on 08/27/2010
Dude, I hope you're right. But, I'm not so sure I want another Big Bang to happen 5,000 miles away from me. And, there's always that chance of a black hole. Of course, that's speculation from people like me, non-physycists. I hope you're right. LOL!
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kurtvb
Knowledge is Power
10:47 AM on 08/27/2010
If they find an alternative universe, how would I know if I am the good twin or the evil one? Will my opposite be well off while I struggle or could he be worse off than I am.? My head hurts!
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poochytown
A Friend To Both
10:47 AM on 08/27/2010
Just think of the bombs that could be made with antimatter! Go man go!
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picaman
Conservatism is an Un-Christian lack of Empathy
10:41 AM on 08/27/2010
To discover that we exist within a tiny dew drop on a single blade of grass in an infinite meadow that exists within a single dew drop on a single blade of grass...

Bigger question, large building, many cubicles why does this fly keep coming back to mine? Yes, I showered1
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Adrian31
10:22 AM on 08/27/2010
Bizarro-World!
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amaycatbaker
10:14 AM on 08/27/2010
Neat!
10:11 AM on 08/27/2010
I think they'll find all those socks that keep disappearing in the laundry.
10:09 AM on 08/27/2010
If they find that alternate universe, lets get NASA to load up their entire fleet of space shuttles with all the Repubs and "Tee Party" wackos we can find and send them all there!!!!
09:54 AM on 08/27/2010
Hopefully in the anti-universe, Americans are not this stup/d.
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termgirl
terminate nuclear power
09:59 AM on 08/27/2010
Hear, hear. Fanned.
barts
Republicans can not be trusted.
10:16 AM on 08/27/2010
In an anti-universe, Sarah Palin and Glenda Beck are geniuses. Aren't you now glad you can't occupy that universe?
10:35 AM on 08/27/2010
In the anti-universe I watch the anti-glen beck and mock the DailyShow.
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theiccemann
Spirited Event Horizon
09:52 AM on 08/27/2010
Well, as long as your comments fall within the lines of how they want you to comment, I guess they won't delete your posts. It has nothing to do with vulgarity, bigotry, or tact. This site is really not tolerant of self thinking. It's like a ranch with human cattle on it.
barts
Republicans can not be trusted.
10:03 AM on 08/27/2010
M.o.d.e.r.a.t.o.r.s.a.r.e.a.n.n.o.y.i.n.g.
Pink bunnies, little ponies
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11:16 AM on 08/27/2010
If one was to d.e.s.t.r.o.y a site like this one it would be done through the "m@derator$."
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Sparsh Parimoo
09:48 AM on 08/27/2010
Wonder why the department of energy is funding this.
'Against stupidity, the Gods themselves contend in vain'
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10:43 AM on 08/27/2010
Anti-matter has the potential to supply limitless energy.
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whiskeytangofoxtrot451
11:03 AM on 08/27/2010
Only if they can somehow make it without consuming an even larger quantity of energy.
11:06 AM on 08/27/2010
For it to supply energy, you'd have to find a natural source of antimatter (in bulk, not just a few particles). And there does not appear to be one anywhere near us -- probably nowhere in the observable universe, even. If you could bottle antimatter in bulk, you could use it for energy storage -- but it's astonishingly difficult to make, and requires huge amounts of energy (very, very inefficient).