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Roll up! Roll up! El Reg has copies of the thoroughly exciting and very awesome - if somewhat short - "Large Hadron Collider Pop-Up Book: Voyage to the Heart of Matter" to give away. Large Hadron Collider Pop-up Book Have you ever wanted to know exactly what was going on in the particle accelerator that discovered the Higgs …

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Anonymous Coward

All I want for X-mas....

You guys are really cheap... can't we win a real hadron collider instead? Pleeease? ;-)

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Paris Hilton

Re: All I want for X-mas....

Or preferably a real hardon collider

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Unhappy

Win you own HADRON COLLIDER

Well, I've got a cellar, so if I knock through into next-door, and then their neighbour's, and then their neighbour's, and the ones across the street, and the ones in the next street...

Sorted!

Oh, hang on, I missed the "pop-up book".

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Pissing up the wall man

Who uses the LHC to accelerate his urine to relativistic velocities shame bathroom based supervillans into submission.

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Re: Pissing up the wall man

You wouldn't like cosmic urine rays ripping your DNA to smithereens.

Please be civil!

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Complaint in Writing

Can I be the first to complain there is no kindle version of this popup book..

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Boffin

Re: Complaint in Writing

I think if there was a Kindle version it would cause time and space to explode or something...

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Re: Complaint in Writing

Well that's YOUR story started then....

:-)

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Eligibility

Is this contest for the Brits only or can us 'Mericans enter as well?

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Trollface

Re: Eligibility

Well, some of the words might be pronounced, or spelled differently.

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Re: Eligibility

Colonials welcome of course!

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Re: Eligibility

So say we all.

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Coat

So, the cardboard wheel thingy that sticks out a bit from the edge of the page, you know what I mean, the one that I have to turn to make the cardboard particle move along the cardboard synchrotron... Do I have to turn the cardboard wheel thingy REALLY fast to make my cardboard Large Hadron Collider work properly?

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