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And now, here are marshmallow Peeps operating the Large Hadron Collider [Goofballery]

The best uses for marshmallow Peeps have nothing to do with eating them. When they're not busy exploding in microwaves, bunny and chick-shaped Peeps are making important discoveries in the field of particle physics. Take a look inside the sugary search for the Higgs Just Born. More »
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