Happy early birthday to jadasc, who advances a year over the weekend!
No real change. :( And I'm a bit sleepdepped right now. (But it was worth it.)
Unexpected (like a roof pig!), but fabulous. I must have been very good in a past life.
Most physicists at Illinois-based Fermilab, home to the world's most powerful particle collider, share a dream. They hope against hope that the Tevatron will find the long-sought Higgs particle before the much more powerful Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN — the European particle-physics laboratory outside Geneva, Switzerland — comes along in a year or so and eats their lunch. Bruce Knuteson, though, has a fear. What if the LHC finds something even more exotic than the Higgs —and the tell-tale traces of that novelty turn out to have been lurking, unrecognized, in Fermilab's data for years?
Wearing: Red skeletal-librarian BPAL tee, walking shorts, Strawberry Shortcake socks, skull sneakers.
Reading: Dreadful Skin, by cmpriest.
Writing: I'm half in the Shayara of 50someodd years after Our Story Ends and half in in twenty years before Our Story Begins... dealing with a few of the same characters.
Planning: Girl Scout Thingie this afternoon, Boston Babydolls tonight, mangosteen and lifecollage's party Saturday night; I think that's it, but that's enough.
And now I must go get aussie_nyc. Pictures and stuff later. Bye!