Now that we've found the creator in a laboratory, can we stop believing in this religious nonsense?— Xenocrates
Unless you were living under a rock for the last 72 hours, it is inescapable that you've heard the news. Scientists working at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva have finally discovered the particle that for the last 38 years has been theorized as being responsible for conferring mass to subatomic particles. In layman's terms, it is the particle that is responsible for the creation of the universe. So that ultimately begs a very crucial question: Now that we've found the creator of the universe in a laboratory, can we stop believing in this religious nonsense?