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Topic: The Flip Side of Fermilab
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Kevin

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The Flip Side of Fermilab
Posted: Jan 29, 2013 5:27 PM
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Fermilab sez quarks ride on waves and they haul a massive load...
Well, Fermilab has a flip side which is kind of complicated but it
goes something like: One side of the Earth does coarse adjustments and
what I associate with Japan does fine adjustments... The coarse
adjustment side of the Earth trips clumsily over the grenades set by
Japan and then Japan uses their version of Fermilab to do fine
adjustments in a game of cat and mouse with the coarse adjustment side
of the Earth... Japan owns Fermilab is what it seems to amount to.



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