The backyard scientist

March 31, 2013

Like something from a fifties sci-fi movie, his newly completed Synchrotron buzzed and whirred and lurched to life, spinning faster and faster until it glowed as brightly as the sun. Satisfied, he couldn’t quite remember what it could do, but that somehow seemed irrelevant. The main thing was, it worked.

Quatermass

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2 Responses to “The backyard scientist”

  1. I wondered if that would become part of your creative subconscious following your comment on synchrotrons the other day. I love the scene setting ‘from a fifties sic-fi movie’ so I’m totally ready for the fact that it has no obvious purpose but looks great!

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