Yup. Brian Darling is at it again y'all! His Townhall.com article is excellent and hopefully, the White House has read it thoroughly.
Super cool how the Japanese have built a neutrino detector into a mountain and are using it to predict when black holes will collapse and then go supernova!!! Super K looks like something straight out of the sci fi movie universe.
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