Thanks, Michelle



  1. orchidcup says:

    Now, what will we do with it?

  2. orchidcup says:

    By the way, the dog particle looks like a bucky ball.

    Buckminster Fuller would be proud to know this.

  3. pedro says:

    I found it pathetic. was it supposed to be funny?

    • pben says:

      It was suppose to be a pun on the Higgs (GOD particle) annoucement on July 4 and the dog days of summer. Yes your right, if you have to explain the joke it isn’t funny.

      • nixon's the one says:

        Or you’re answering a question asked by a semi-literate.

        • pedro says:

          Go with semi literate. It’s the only way lefty loons can feel good about themselves when they write half-witted puns that are plain pathetic

  4. Sheila says:

    It’s called the “dog days of summer” because the dog star is rising with the sun in july.

    survivingsurvivalism.com

  5. UncDon says:

    Combine a dog with Higgs and you get … A very slick blockbuster movie (any day now).

  6. F&#$@! says:

    “That dog’s only got one ball!”

  7. bobbo, the ONLY true Libertarian on this blog, all others being dogmatic posers says:

    I thought the HB was the fundamental building block of all other particles–that which gives them all “mass.” but on one show last night it was said they are monitoring/observing the HB collisions for its constituent particles as well–if that is correct and not simply misreported in abysmal ignorance–then the HB is not the fundamental particle.

    In my own abysmal ignorance, it would be poetic, (and maybe even symmetrical? – but I don’t know about thermal dynamics) if at the fundamental level all particles finally break down to being small bits of energy? At some level, thats what E=mc2 could mean, but I am ignorant about math as well as science.

    Energy is Mass,
    Mass is Energy condensed
    Silly Universe.

    • President Amabo (I see the comment system is still designed for retards.) says:

      My understanding is that Higgs isn’t the fundamental particle, but the particle that gives others mass.

      Kind of like how America is the country that gives the universe meaning and value.

      • pedro says:

        Don’t contradict him’ He knows way more than Peter Higgs, just like the WonderEd with this “pun”

  8. You are more than welcome! Thanks for sharing… It still makes me laugh.

  9. j c qwerty says:

    All you country higgs and brain dead bosons better be at mass this
    Sunday! That is what it all means , for the love of God.

  10. Shubee says:

    I love the photo.