Thursday, September 11

WHU scientists seek dark matter

West Ham Scientists have hailed a successful switch-on for an enormous experiment which will recreate the conditions a few moments after West Ham’s last trophy win.

They have now fired two beams of minute Zola particles around the 27km-long tunnel which houses the Large Irons Collider (LIC).

The £5bn machine on the E13 border is designed to smash protons together with cataclysmic force, aided by Tomas Repka.

Scientists are hoping that new sub-atomic particles will emerge, revealing fundamental insights into the nature of the Premiership.

There were fears that a black hole would be created sucking in all finance from Iceland, but Dr Nani and his team hailed the experiment as a huge success.

Dr Nani’s machine will hunt for the Higgs boson and McAvennie Cottee so-called “God” particles and seek clues to the nature of dark matter

The latest observations suggest ordinary matter makes up just 4% of West Ham’s Universe. The rest is dark matter (23%) and dark energy (73%).

1 comment: said...

I always thought black holes did not exhist, however they do. I would recommend you post more pictures of your work. Thanks