There are many ways of breaking a heart. Stories were full of hearts broken by love,
but what really broke a heart was taking away its dream - whatever that dream might be.
Pearl S. Buck

Wednesday, September 10

Atom Smasher

My home page is Google. When I opened it this morning, I noticed the logo surrounded by a band that looked like it was in motion. Then I realized it must be representing the atom smasher. I looked for news on this machinery. Still quite baffled about how this is going to change my world, but seems to be quite progressive on the physics front. Tell me. Do you know why we need an atom smasher? Do we really need to solve all of the earths mysteries? I guess scientists want to know.

Maybe great things will be in store for our children from the atoms being smashed. And from knowing how the universe works. Sometimes, not often, I wish I lived far away from technology. Having a simple life, sleeping well, eating plainly, and just living. Until the next episode of "Survivor" comes on. Then I am glad to have the current flowing through my house that provides me with drivel, drama and daydreams.

Smashing Atoms. Thanks Stephen Hawking.


  1. i read up alittle on this smasher thing last night...

    its a pretty scary piece of equipment...

  2. The thing with scientific discovery is that you never know where and when its gonna come from.

    They know a few things that they hope to discover via the Collider, but its the things that they will discover that they haven't even dreamt of yet that tickles the imagination.

  3. I think this seems pretty cool. If it works, I'm hoping it'll provide some amazing information to scientists who know what the hell this is all about, because it's all Greek to me. Sounds neat, though.