Pinback - Syracuse
Step down into sand
Water carries us from here
Derek Reese: I didn't know Sayles was tracking her, you gottta believe me.
Sarah Connor: I don't have to believe anything. In fact, I don't.
Sarah Connor: So much danger in this world is hidden behind masks, we tell our children stories of good and evil, while knowing it's not that simple. True evil doesn't give us time to fight, or to be afraid (don't agree with this phrase though :p, far from it). We keep our heads down never bothering to look behind the masks, and in doing so, we resign ourselves to terrible faiths we can never see coming.
They believe an experiment nuclear scientists plan to carry out in underground tunnels in Geneva in May could create a rift in the fabric of the universe.
The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) hopes its "atom-smashing" tests - which aim to recreate the conditions in the first billionth of a second after the "Big Bang'" created everything - will shed invaluable light on the origins of the universe.
But Irina Aref'eva and Igor Volovich, of Moscow's Steklov Mathematical Institute, say the energy produced by forcing tiny particles to collide at close to the speed of light could open the door to visitors from the future.
According to Einstein's general theory of relativity, any large amounts of matter or energy will distort the space and time that surrounds it.
If the energy or mass is large enough, it is claimed that time can be distorted so much that it folds back on itself - creating a wormhole, or time tunnel, between the present and the future.
But Dr Brian Cox, a member of CERN and one of Britain's leading experts in particle physics, is highly sceptical about the Russian claims, calling them "nothing more than a good science fiction story".
Ideas Are Toysbtw, I just put these stickers up about 2 weeks ago and all of the ones I still see regularly are still there. One of them I found that someone wrote under
The Search For Truth
Is A Game
It comes down to three things:
"Spielberg has apparently had at least one paranormal experience himself. There are stories of him staying in a hotel called Excelsior House and being so frightened by ghosts that he fled the room and moved 20 miles away. We’ve also heard anecdotes about Spielberg seeing the ghost of a dead relative repeatedly as a child. Whether based in reality or the product of an exceptional imagination, these experiences may have had an impact on his life’s work and this upcoming social network."