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PALO ALTO CA--Gathering for what members of the international science community are calling potentially the most totally out-to-lunch freaky head trip since Einstein postulated that space and time were like curved and shit a consortium of the worlds top physicists descended upon Stanford University Monday to discuss some of the difficult questions facing the cutting edge of theoretical thinking Among the revolutionary ideas expected to be raised at the historic week-long summit is the possibility that like our whole friggin universe might be just one big atom in say some super-duper huge thing out there somewhere or something Whoa man Dr Jacob The Boz Bozeman of MIT told reporters The implications of this deceptively simple hypothesis are like completely blowing my mind Like we could all be nothing more than this little dot in the fingernail of some huge-ass giant dude Or maybe a seed in the mustard of like some really big sandwich or even a germ on the back of a flea thats like sitting on a hair on some giant dogs ass Truly it boggles the freakin mind man It freaks me the fuck right out The universe-as-possible-giant-atom theory originated in May with a team of Cal Tech particle physicists who developed the theory late one night while sitting around on a couch in the Physics Departments cyclotron and foosball facility just shooting the shit The theory which was reportedly conceived after the group became highly engrossed in ceiling-tile patterns for several minutes while waiting for a pizza to arrive is said to be so advanced that only a few scientists in the world even have their heads together enough to really you know deal Yet even among this elite group many are said to be seriously thrown for a loop by its implications Im like Whoa there man slow down said Dr Dieter Gerhardt
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