This was written about a year before the discovery of the Higgs Boson….
Anatomic Existence of the Elusive G-Spot Confirmed – Higgs Boson May Be Next, Physicists Say
CERN physicists working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest and highest-energy particle accelerator situated near Geneva, Switzerland, have announced the discovery of the elusive G-Spot. For many years the G-Spot has been remained a much disputed hypothesis among scientists. Untold man-hours have been invested for centuries to settle the question of its existence. At long last, it appears physicists have finally confirmed this highly sought after phenomenon and verified one of the most fundamental predictions of high-energy physics.
The LHC collider is contained in a circular tunnel, with a circumference of 27 kilometres (17 mi), at a depth ranging from 50 to 175 metres (160 to 574 ft) underground. On Thursday morning a select particle was injected into the main accelerator where it passed through a series of systems to successively increase its energy up to 450 GeV before it was finally injected into the main ring. Travelling through the tunnel at about 3 metres per second slower than the speed of light, the particle finally collided into the anterior vaginal wall of a 43-year-old woman (who wished to remain anonymous). The experiment established the presence of the G-spot on the dorsal (back) perineal membrane.
“This advances our understanding of some of the deepest laws of nature,” physicist Buck Longfellow announced, “once everyone calms down from this exciting discovery, we can start focusing on the exotic Higgs Boson in a much calmer frame of mind, but I think many here may be inclined to try and investigate some of the practical applications of this discovery first,” he concluded.