Saturday, September 13, 2008

LHC or...

The recent doomsday debacle stemmed from the Large Hadron Collider's (LHC) Big Bang experiment proves yet again that commercialism has invaded the Universe's most sacred quantum secrets as much as it has penetrated Paris Hilton's private area. Indeed, I dont know about the Universe, but I can tell you with near certainty that the World - our little, blue blotch of a planet- was born from the latter and trimmed exquisitely in its own pusillanimous likeness.
Alas, it is all in the name of popularising science in general, for 'tis obvious that an end-of-the-world scenario would sell big time. Therefore, you would not have to read Dan Brown's Angels & Demons to learn about CERN - its worldwide fame is now of the same rank as Dexter's Laboratory in fact!

All we can do is to sit and write in vain criticism of how the grandest, noblest scientific experiment is being brutally whored by the media. This post, as wittily insignificant as insignificantly witty will only ultimately resound with the echoes of my own little, lone, lascivious voice! This is my humble share of what I would like to call the Large Harlot's Contingent (LHC) - all blogs and bloks alike are alloted a space within it for free!


At 14 September 2008 at 13:21 , Blogger Marina said...

This experiment is happening very near my home in France! My mother and I are worried it's going to go wrong and we'll all be mutated. We're already planning which super powers we'd like to have...

At 18 September 2008 at 10:43 , Blogger Underground Dude said...

I never thought of your voice as "lascivious", but whatever you say...

As to the rest, Luther and Cioran put it well: "Reason is a whore."

At 18 September 2008 at 11:59 , Blogger IPCHUK said...

Ha, you're quite right in general - my voice can rarely be described as 'lascivious', but in this particular post, it is actually, with a certain level of subtlety, fuming with lasciviousness - it is simply how I felt at the time and how I wanted it to sound.
Also, I have come to believe that the more one writes, the more one becomes prone to thinking up inappropriate puns, innuendos, and generally bearing a playful, satirical tone - it is somewhat of a natural progression, a phase which every artistic word-monger reaches and all too often thrives upon. Not that I want to compare myself with anyone but look at Shakespeare - he was an indefatigable inventor of euphemisms and lewd puns and even his greatest tragedies are buzzing with those.
In the end I just enjoy it all.

At 19 September 2008 at 03:00 , Blogger ¡Benjaminista! said...

It looks like the inside of a spaceship. Much like Paris Hilton's private area no doubt.

At 19 September 2008 at 10:10 , Blogger IPCHUK said...

I have no doubt she would be flattered!

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