(Note the clever use of CAPS and excessive exclamation marks in the title. It speaks volumes.)
I guess this confirms I was wrong. Consider this an apology to all the crackpots, doomsayers, cranks and Walter Wagner. I’m sorry I got it all… so… wrong.
While out on the town in London, Bad Astronomer Phil Plait pulled Prof. Brian Cox out of a pub and subjected him to some intense interrogation. Obviously caught with his guard down, Cox folded under the pressure and briefly told the world what we can expect when the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) recommences experiments in November. Wow, just… wow.
This made me giggle. Looks like TAM London was a tonne of fun, hopefully next time I can go.
But for now, sorry Walter, you’re still wrong.