Boing Boing gakk du jour • 1 August 2008 • The SnowBlog

Boing Boing gakk du jour

As you know, I try not to copy-and-paste heaps of stuff straight from BoingBoing to the SnowBlog, but I make exceptions. I think in future I will set myself some sort of quota. Perhaps one poached link per week. Anyway, today's find is a priceless rap explaining the purpose, functioning and significance of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. So if you like high-energy physics and cute rap, go here.


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