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Of course, it would be meaningless for Stephen Hawking to bet against the LHC’s revealing the Higgs boson, as would be Peter Higgs’s own confidence in the particle’s being found within a year (if not within a few hours), were our universe to be simply immersed by a big bang and immolated by dark energy. What a waste that would be: who would be around to collect from Hawking or Higgs then?
Update: well, the world hasn’t been sucked into a black hole … yet. However, stuff breaks, and the equipment used by the largest physics experiment in history is no exception to that rule: after finding a helium leak in one of the LHC tunnels, the subsequent investigation that is to follow, and a mandatory shut-down period soon afterward, CERN has announced that the LHC will not be restarted until at least Spring 2009.
By the way, the world will not end without music: someone has created a seven-song playlist for your listening pleasure as we plunge toward the dark heart of the inevitable black hole.