As you all probably know, yesterday was not the end of the world. While this was feared by a few, the successful start of the worlds biggest particle accelerator, also known as the Large Hadron Collider at Cern, Geneva, Switzerland, did not bring up anything worse than cheerful yelling in the scientific community and a few press releases. No black holes, no time-warp, no breaking apart of the known universe. So someone just had to make a memorial t-shirt to celebrate that remarkable day in human history, and here it is. Make it yours at $9,95, so you can signal to everyone you were there, but not the apocalypse. We might think of this world as “Schroedinger’s universe” from now on.
Despite the plethora of rumors warning about the potential creation of black holes, the Large Hadron Collider didn’t destroy the world.
To celebrate your continued existence on earth and our ever-growing understanding of the world around us, try this shirt on for size. It commemorates the launch of the Hadron Collider by saying, “Hooray! No Black Holes! Go Science! I Survived the Large Hadron Collider”