Large Hadron Collider turned back on


19 Responses to “Large Hadron Collider turned back on”

  1.  Ah, I was wondering why for two minutes I was 52 years old.

  2. doug rogers says:

    It needs an alert light in the upper right – with a smiley face – labelled “BOSON!”

  3. Chris Nielsen says:

    All things serve the Beam.

  4. hacky says:

    It tickles me that there’s an “on” and an “off” button in what must be a very complex control room.  Also, I’d think the “on” switch should be guarded as well.  

  5. bcsizemo says:

    As I look at the picture I keep hearing a humming sound as if I just walked into an Aperture Science or Black Mesa facility…

  6. Guest says:

    “I think it is time we demonstrated the full power of this station. Set your course for Alderaan.”

  7. Preston Sturges says:

    The little red light needs to say “I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” 

  8. awjt says:

    what’s eis-b?

  9. Tyler Puryear says:

    I wonder if when they started it up somebody said “Commence primary ignition.”?

  10. stephenl123 says:

    The lack of protection on the “On” button makes some sense because it is generally continuously on while powered.  I worry more about what looks like a fairly flimsy protector on the “Off” button because turning it off costs millions of dollars.

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