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hey sharpay evans was a lesbian and heres my evidance for it:

she was brought up in what was most likely a conservative household (see: hsm2 and the fact that her dad owns a golf club) and seeing ryan being the outcast in the family for his homosexuality she suppressed and went full on compulsory heterosexuality and went for the unattainable basketball star and when she finally felt feelings for a girl (vanessa hudgens i dont remember her name in the movie WAIT IT WAS GABRIELLA) she immediately took them to be negative and began obsessing with her and thinking it was a hate thing when really she was insanely jealous and impressed by her and in the 5th hsm sequel after troy and gabriella have divorced because troy wants to play NBA while gabriella wants to move to switzerland to study the large hadron collider she meets up with sharpay at the airport in new york and sharpay, after years of therapy and self realization, lies and says she too is going to switzerland for a specialty theater troupe and they rent an apartment together as two single thirtysomethings and slowly fall in love

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The Large Hadron Collider has proved the truth about ghosts, claims Brian Cox
Ghosts definitely aren't real because the biggest science experiment in the world would have found them by now, according to Brian Cox. People have wondered for perhaps as long as life itself whether people's spirits can live on in the world once their body dies. But the TV professor says that they definitely don't, since CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) would have stumbled across one.
Snappy answers to “How do you have sex?”

-*holds up notecard* “It’s not safe to talk here” *holds up second card* “They’re listening”
- “Shoot, you caught me. We don’t. We just sit naked on opposite sides of the bed and talk about how much we love patriarchy.”
-*dead stare* “NATURE FINDS A WAY”
- “We rent time in the Large Hadron collider, like all the other queer people. It should be our turn next spring!”
- “Do not follow my tragic path, dear child. There are sexes that man was not meant to know…”
- “A magician never reveals their secrets.”
- “Oh, don’t feel bad. It’s like whistling; one day you’ll just figure it out.”

(( I’ve been looking into just what Entry 17 is about, and what machine it was he fell into. Some friends and I have come up with at least something.

“Photon readings negative” could just be Gaster’s fancy way of keeping up the “jesus christ it’s dark” motif, or taken literally it could mean an actual black hole.

I don’t think a negative amount of light is possible otherwise?? 

He could’ve been intentionally making a black hole to use as travel (considering Loop Quantum Gravity works like that, I think), or it could’ve been the result of a major miscalculation.

The idea of a giant intimidating machine accidentally making a black hole isn’t exactly science fiction, too. Pretty sure that’s a concern people have for the Large Hadron Collider.

It also explains why Gaster’s areas are COMPLETELY EMPTY. Both Mysteryman and [REDACTED] are surrounded by “void”. 

I’m also starting to believe his Followers were his co-workers, who also ended up in the black hole, and they and Gaster are the people seen on the picture of Sans in his lab.

Also, the term of being pulled through a black hole is Spaghettification. I think that’s decent evidence, considering it applies to both Papyrus’ love for pasta and Sans’ godawful puns.

Again, I know nothing about science. I only made the LHC/Void/Loop Quantum Gravity/Spaghettification comparisons, while the actual science was done by a friend.

Large Hadron Collider ready to delve even deeper than ‘God particle’ as it switches back on at double power

CERN’s Large Hadron Collider is set to be switched back on in March — hoping that a £97 million upgrade could push it to even greater discoveries, after it found the “God particle” in 2012.

The second three year run of the huge atom smasher will begin in March 2015. The Large Hadron Collider has been switched off since its last run finished in 2012.

The world’s largest particle collider has been undergoing a £97 million upgrade since then, as scientists comb through the data found during the last run.

It is being cooled back down ready for the switch on, and is almost at its operating temperature of 1.9 degrees above absolute zero, or about minus 271.25 degrees Celsius. Scientists are also testing out the equipment and earlier in December activated one of the magnets required to fire atoms around the collider.

Scientists are now gearing up to turn both on at once, in 2015. That will produce collisions of a scale never achieved by any accelerator in the past, equivalent with 154 tons of TNT.

The extra power will allow the CERN’s numerous experiments to look into deep mysteries of the universe, such as dark matter.

The Large Hadron Collider was used in 2012 to confirm the existence of the Higgs boson, known as the God particle, which explains the very beginning of the universe.

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On tonight’s episode of #Ponderlust, we go full quantum. That’s right, we’ll be talking about one of the most gargantuan structures humans have ever assembled – the Large Hadron Collider. 

In excitement for this, indulge in this science-gasmic Symphony of Science production all about the quantum world which underpin all of nature: particle physics! 

Wait, what?

The known universe is made up of 12 particles of matter (fermions - quarks, leptons, antiquarks, & antileptons - or matter/antimatter particles; bosons - gauge bosons & Higgs boson - or “force particles” that influence interactions between fermions) and 4 forces of nature (strong, weak, gravity, electromagnetism). The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is essentially a research lab investigating where, why, when, and how those 12 particles and 4 forces came to be, and what that knowledge communicates to us about the life and death of the universe. 

Confusing? Fear not. Even the legendary physicist Richard Feynman stated 

I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.” 

Join us tonight at 8:30PM EST as we embark down the rabbit hole of particle acceleration and into a discussion of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

We want to hear from you too, so submit your #Ponderlust tagged questions, comments, or podcast suggestions and we’ll respond to them on the show!

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Step Inside the World’s Largest Particle Accelerator in This 360-Degree Video

Recently, the BBC got to take a tour inside the largest particle physics laboratory in the world. Thankfully, it brought virtual reality cameras with it, providing an awesome tour.

To utilize the 360-degree features, simply drag your cursor around in the video to look up, down, and sideways. At the end, you get a sense of just how giant the LHC is, which makes discoveries like the one in 2012 possible. Back then, the collider detected the sub-atomic Higgs boson particle, a cornerstone of the Standard Model theory, which explains how particles interact.  

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Hints of a new particle could change physics as we know it

A fluctuation in the data from the world’s most powerful particle smasher could turn all of physics on its head. In December, two different detectors at the Large Hadron Collider spotted the same strange fluctuation, which physicists say could hint at the existence of a brand-new subatomic particle. There’s just one problem with the “discovery.“

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We have a fantastic model - that we hate. It has stood up to precision measurements for 50 years. We get more and more precise, and it stands up and stands up. But we hate it, because it doesn’t explain the universe.
—  Dr. Steven Goldfarb, a physicist and software developer working on the Large Hadron Collider as it gets ready to restart after over two years offline for upgrades.