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ianbrooks:

The Large Hadron Collider

It’s super-massive and recently discovered something analogous to the Higgs-Boson, without which… nothing would *matter*. But in these detailed shots, even the $4 billion science-making uber-magnet can vogue it up a little for the cameras. Oh yes, LHC, yes, the cam-er-a loves you. Yeah baby

One final shot I had to include, because this configuration of buttons actually exists:

(via: theatlantic)