Sunday 28 June 2015

Feis update - music edition

In an unexpected development, using electronic music rather than feis musicians has, surprisingly, provided a low-cost proof to an age-old physics question.  Neutrinos have been identified as a possible cause of the music player acting as if it has had one too many drinks at a ceili.  Staff from the large Hadron Collider have been informed as testing for Neutrinos at a feis for just $10 entry fee per scientist may prove more cost effective than the multi-billion Euro budget needed to dig up half of Switzerland and play with large magnets and nuclear reactors.

More news as it develops...