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Last week The Daily Galaxy did a post about a would-be saboteur arrested on April 1 at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland who made the bizarre claim that he was from the future. Several of the Galaxy's readers took us to task for falling hopelessly for what appeared on the surface to be an April's Fool Joke.
But our Euro-based editor suspected that the so-called "April Fool's" timing was a cover, a clever ruse, indeed, a red herring planted by CERN authorities -stung by the recent bad press about the LHC creating incipient black holes that could destroy the planet- to cloak a much bigger and more terrifying story.
We also know that CERN authorities were upset last year when the Japanese physicist Masao Ninomiya and Danish string-theory pioneer Holger Bech Nielsen put forward the hypothesis that the Higgs boson was so "abhorrent" that it somehow caused a ripple in time that prevented its own discovery (more on this later).
So we dug deeper, ignoring that popular canard that when you find yourself in a hole, to stop digging.
Hugh McLeod's upcoming rendezvous with Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect later this week should prove momentous, if not historic. We expect we'll discover a not mostly harmless link between the hidden symbolism of Mountain Dew Code Red and the recent earthquake in Haiti and Indonesia, massive volcanic eruptions in Iceland and Chile, the mining disasters in China and West Virginia, and Newt Gingrich's decision to run for president in 2012.
He explained that he was looking for fuel for his 'time machine power unit', a device that resembled a kitchen blender.