The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva is set to go back online.
The LHC of course gained infamy in September of 2008 when critics of the $6 billion particle accelerator theorized that the device could quite possibly create a mini-black hole that could expand into Earth-eating proportions.
Naturally, the level-headed scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) -which operates the LCH - published a safety report ruling out the possibility of such a cataclysmic event ever occurring.
Of course, the doomsday device then proceeded to overheat and break down just a few days later.
This time, however, the experts have re-reassured the planet’s population that everything will be A-OK.
Which would make us feel better if The Titanic were not deemed “unsinkable” by its designers, only to plunge to the bottom of the ocean floor on her maiden voyage.
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