lunes, septiembre 22, 2008

Gran colisionador de Hadrones destruyó a Dios por accidente

11 September 2008
[encontrado en la UNCICLOPEDIA]

GENEVA, Switzerland – Concerns that the Large Hadron Collider might destroy the Earth proved unfounded on Wednesday, but scientists warned that they may instead have accidentally destroyed God shortly after powering up the machine.

Detectors in the $1000000 billion machine recorded a massive outburst of Higgs bosons, nicknamed the "God particle", about 3 seconds into the first experiment. Scientists speculate that God may have accidentally strayed into the high-powered opposing beams of protons the collider generates, and been disintegrated.

"We detected so many Higgs bosons in such a short space of time, there's little chance God could have survived," said Dr Tara Sheers, a particle physicist from the University of Manchester.

Despite the unexpected results from the collider's first day of operations, the public should not be concerned over the safety of the machine, said Professor Jim Vordee, a particle physicist at Imperial College London.

Moreover, today's accident should not greatly impact the world's major religions, he said.

"From the results of today's experiment, we can conclude that while God probably did exist, He probably doesn't now.

"Theologically speaking, this is much the same position we were in on Tuesday. It's ironic that at the very instant that we had scientific evidence of the existence of God, He most probably ceased to exist."

Officials at the organization that operates the collider - the European Organization for Nuclear Research, better known by its old acronym CERN – have yet to make a statement on God's probable destruction.

However, Steve Myars, head of the accelerator and beam department at CERN, said some sort of letter of apology and condolences to the leaders of the world's major religions might be in order.

"We really didn't mean to 'do a Nietzsche' as it were, and kill God, but then again, God's been dead for over three hours now, and things still seem to be going on pretty much as usual in the universe.

"God may have been destroyed, but it's not the end of the world."

God's next-of-kin Jesus could not be reached for comment.

[Después de leer a Villanueva sobre la Unciclopedia, {La Unciclopedia, "the content-free encyclopedia", de artículos inventados sobre temas inexistentes.[¿sobre dioses inexistentes?} me di una vuelta por ella]

jueves, septiembre 18, 2008

Manguaré... sonido ceremonial

Después de cruzar el puesto de vigilancia del conservatorio nacional de música, uno entra a un gran salón donde a veces se organizan recitales de piano. En una esquina de este salón se encuentra un instrumento de madera. Parece un viejo tronco abandonado sobre las baldosas. Su sonido tiene un alcance de 20km. Según la web de la Red de áreas naturales protegidas amazónicas el manguaré es parte esencial de un sistema de comunicación de las comunidades indígenas de la amazonía.



Con el mismo instrumento, dice el blog Cajué Tarapoto, se transmitía claves secretas, mensajes, saludos, declaratorias de guerra y también de amor.

martes, septiembre 16, 2008

Comida fractal...

Desde el blog de El Almuerzo de Leticia y Don Lucho me he encontrado con este alimento, mezcla de coliflor con brocoli.



Hermoso plato
para compartir.

A ver cuando me topo con uno.

domingo, septiembre 07, 2008

jueves, septiembre 04, 2008

Cecilia Barraza en CPN

Sobre la desaparición del programa Lo Nuestro con Cecilia del canal del estado, TVPERÚ...

miércoles, septiembre 03, 2008

Para investigar: Zotero

Hoy Eduardo Villanueva ha comentado sobre una herramienta que hace más fácil la investigación y la elaboración de fichas. Se llama Zotero. Pueden leerlo en su "Casi un blog MK.II"