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(io9)   How the death of one tiny particle could end the universe -- or -- what the hell did I just read?   ( io9.com) divider line
    More: Strange, universe, conservation of energy, weak interactions, baryon, leptons, quarks, neutrinos, neutrons  
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2012-11-08 12:24:08 PM  
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Clearly this will lead to a twelve dimensional breakdown of subluminous resonate harmonics leading to an inversion of time and space causing a reboot of matter and energy in another iteration of the infinite universal cycle of death and rebirth.

Also, io9 sucks.
2012-11-08 11:28:27 AM  
1 vote:
Whenever I need a misinformed, poorly conceived article that sensationalizes something that isn't a big deal, I go to a Gawker website.

Oh wait, I never need those.

2012-11-08 10:28:38 AM  
1 vote:

WelldeadLink: uttertosh: If the above is correct, then all the particles should decay at nearly the same time, since they were all brought into existence at nearly the same time.

You probably don't understand the concept of half-life.

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2012-11-08 03:08:33 AM  
1 vote:
*reads article*

So...hey guys, did you hear they legalized weed in two states?
2012-11-08 02:40:06 AM  
1 vote:
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2012-11-08 02:35:19 AM  
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Is that an estimated lifespan of protons, or a half-life? If the latter, then I don't think protons would start decaying all at once, which is what this article seems to be implying.
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