Wednesday, March 07, 2007


Murphy’s Law states that “if anything can go wrong, it will.”

Murphy was right.

Our project, the Highly Localized Hypergraviton Generator, was way too risky to test on Earth. And so we built Moonbase Alpha.

Came time to start it up, everything worked like a charm. We succeeded in creating a submicroscopic black hole. Weighed as much as a mountain, but smaller than an atom.

Then we dropped it.

Fuckin’ thing zoomed straight to the core of the Moon. It’s there now, eating away. In twenty years, it’ll be “Goodnight, Moon.” Forever.

Son of a bitch: There’s always a glitch.

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