ConCERNed? Ha! Seriously, Large Hadrons, and the End of the World.
We here at The Correctness are not physicists. OH! Wait- No, I looked around again, and we are not physicists, but what we ARE for certain is correct, and we’d like to offer some advice on your impending doom. So, regarding your horrifying death: When CERN finally fixes the Large Hadron Collider in November, we can guarantee you that the first large hadron collision will set in motion the destruction of all life on earth, most probably by terrifying creatures from dimensions beyond, but possibly, and somewhat optimistically, just from a massive gravitational collapse that will swallow our planet. Let’s explain a bit about the LHC.
Tens of you e-mail The Correctness, having recognized our competence at guiding you through your journey to being Correct. You ask us "Correctness, what should I spend time on this weekend." And so, we bring you our recommendations. Not all will be current releases, but all will be worthwhile.
Movie: Blindness (2008)
This past weekend, the stars aligned properly, Zod was in retrograde, and The Correctness gathered together for that time honoured tradition: The Superhero Movie.
We were all able to get tickets to the same showing of Iron Man 2 in IMAX, and made the appropriate amount of noise at the appropriate, and inappropriate times. We cheered and were impressed with the trailer for Inception, and we sighed and wept for the future during the trailer for Shrek 56.
Tbinns suggested at the end of the film that we all review the film Smackdown style. And so, we did... Enjoy!
The Correctness has been receiving a fair amount of e-mail looking for clarifications and understand about plot points in famous films. We, as always, are correct, and aim to spread understanding in these cases. Let us begin.
Was the gun that Edward Norton's character uses at the end of Fight Club real, or was it imaginary like Tyler Durden?
Jim in Brooklyn