posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 07:40 PM
"Commencing in 10... 9... 8... 7... 6..."
"Sir I have a report that the thermal induction panels may be malfunctioning"
"Hold the countdown and check it"
"I told Duke I'd have his experiment finished by the end of the week and I don't intend on working Saturday"
"Thermal Induction Panels All clear"
"Resume the countdown"
"6... 5... 4... 3... 2... 1... "
A familiar blinding light erupted from the linear collider and the observation room automatically darkened it's windows. You can see light trials
headed in every direction from the impact point and then something unexpected happens. The light trails arc back to the impact point and a prismatic
"Is that supposed to happen?"
"Begin spectral analysis and initiate thermal matter containment field."
"I'm supposed to be off today."
"Sir, spectral analysis shows a constant photogenesis from 1000 gigahertz to 12000 gigahertz."
"It's stable and continuous"
"And prettier then my wife"
"Is there matter inside that?"
"We show gravity but no electromagnetic charge."
"I'm neutral on neutron creation"
"Containment holding, mass stable"
"Get me a phone"
Professor Duke Jarvis was sitting on a beach, drinking a mojito when he awoke in his bed. His phone rang the ominous Darth Vader Theme. A quick glance
at the clock told him it was precisely 4:45 AM
"Hello, Duke Jarvis here"
"Duke, It's Martin, we are looking at the results of your thesis."
"Do you know what time it is?"
"Yeah it's 2:45 in the afternoon"
"Well in California it's before 5 in the morning"
"Great you'll have all day to think about how successful you are"
"The parameters worked Duke, we have a 0 degree Kelvin containment. When the world see's this rainbow, they won't need the pot of gold"
"Apparently pure Higg's Mass apparently has a rainbow generating effect."
"My assistant Sarah Wiggs will give you the specifics and I'll send her to Davis with a present for your work."
You are handed a phone and told exactly what to do.
Your flight from Geneva to Los Angeles is uneventful and you are greeted by a handsome collegiate man with a sign the reads, "Sarah Higgs"
"My last name isn't Higgs"
"For a joke or security I don't know I'm just a chauffeur for Professor Jarvis"
"Are we picking up his laundry too then?"
"The gift arrived this morning, It's spectacular. It's a fairly long ride to U C Davis"
"I still have my airplane peanuts."
"Great my car's this way."
"What was the gift by the way."
"Professor Jarvis wants the honor of showing you, Dr. Wiggs"
When you get to campus you are shown to a down room. It's not what you expect. It's similar to your housing at CERN complete with a small
kitchenette and large bathroom.
"You are expected at the CNSI lab in an hour."
The Center for Nuclear Science Integration at the University of California, Davis campus control room reminds you of the control room at CERN complete
with cheesy periodic table posters. Dr. Jarvis greets you warmly and shows you to Lab 5 where you see a table top scale version of CERNs particle
accelerator. You also see a small amount of the Higg's Matter you created last week in a vacuum being suspended by super dense compounds, with
significant micro gravitational forces.
"That's a small CERN"
"Thanks, it was crafted by the Unite Kingdom Micromachining Center. It's fully operational, Takes a few more revolutions to get up to speed but
everything British does."
"Let's not play around. Is that the Higg's Matter we created?"
"No we used Mini-CERN to craft that. and that's only half of what we've made"
"Where's the other half?"
"Already being used in experiments. It's perfectly safe."
"And how does it react?"
"It transforms any matter it touches to electricity except Higg's Bosons. You could say it's contagious"
"How is that safe?"
"When it reaches a mass of H to the H squared, or two to the power required to discharge all it's mass as electricity to the surrounding matter it
"And what's left?"
"Naturally, a single hydrogen atom"
"What experiments are you using this for?"
"We are using it to study possible free energy, warp propulsion, artificial gravity fields, and a genetics professor is feeding it to rats because he
ran out of cardboard."
She found a way to hold together in a cross taurine, adenine, guanine, and cytosine. She is attempting to assemble DNA strands that use all four bases
on every chain."
"How does that work?"
"The hydrogen atom it creates is a super heavy isotope with an atomic mass of 9.11 at discharge. It has a very short half life but she did find a way
to stabilize it using isotopes of oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen. The compounds are stable even though the elements aren't."
"Brilliant what do you need me to do?"
"You are now the official mini-CERN God. We need more matter."
"Done and done"