Caption CERN Contest Week 7

A contest log for Caption CERN Contest

Caption CERN, win a prize!

Adam FabioAdam Fabio 03/18/2015 at 04:0029 Comments

Week 7: 3/17/2015 - 9pm PDT 3/24/2015

Ladies and gentlemen, start your captions!

What do you think is going on in this image from CERN's archives?

Link to the original CERN image.

CERN scientists and engineers often find themselves in interesting positions. However, we're not sure if this CERN staffer ever expected to be quite where he is now!

Add your humorous caption as a comment to this project log. Make sure you're commenting on this project log, not on the project itself.

As always, if you actually have information about the image or the people in it, let CERN know on the original image discussion page.

Good Luck!


o0ragman0o wrote 03/26/2015 at 22:44 point

Alice and Eve had no idea that Bob had breached physical of their high security toilet cubicles.

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Steel_9 wrote 03/23/2015 at 23:05 point

Here at CERN, we play hide-and-seek a little differently.

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Lou wrote 03/23/2015 at 23:03 point

Little known fact:  Due to EPA regulations, any wildlife displaced during construction by CERN, has to be provided with an alternative habitat.  Here a SPCA volunteer inspects the new homes for four ground hogs , he suggested that elevators be installed as that groundhogs have short legs.

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Tachyon wrote 03/22/2015 at 20:46 point

Hazing the new guy by making him hunt for snipe-quarks.

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Tachyon wrote 03/22/2015 at 20:42 point

Before the LHC, hunting for the Higgs was much less glamorous.

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Tachyon wrote 03/22/2015 at 20:39 point

As he had only one PhD, Bob had to work his way up from the bottom at CERN by starting in waste processing.

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Rollyn01 wrote 03/22/2015 at 07:53 point

As scientists are still looking for the Higgs boson, the boson itself looks on curiously at one of said scientist, wondering what the scientist could possibly find by looking at "four holes".

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Curtis Carlsen wrote 03/21/2015 at 15:38 point

Giuseppe was slowly learning the correct process for measuring stray particle content  in the collider exhaust.  Keep your steel rod at hand for fending off mutated hyper-rats.  Replace your work shoes with sandals, because those boson puddles are invisible and very sticky.  Use boards to insulate your feet from the static buildup from high velocity particle strikes.  But today's lesson would be the most important of all.  Never, EVER, place your scinitillating particle detection integrating counter where, in order to make a reading, you have to put your head under the vent hole with those indigo dribble marks issuing from it.

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EncoreTech wrote 03/20/2015 at 00:58 point

The earthworm study concluded rock-and-roll preferred 2:1 over rap or country music.

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EncoreTech wrote 03/20/2015 at 00:51 point

Having watched the "tremors" movie marathon over the weekend, John takes no chances risking "possible detection"- just in case...

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Smerfj wrote 03/19/2015 at 21:49 point

I don't understand why I'm not getting any readin... oh it's not on. No, wait, the switch is on, but no readings. Ok... Flip it off, flip it on.... Still no readings. It's hooked up right, I just double checked the connections. My design is good - what the heck. Oh, its not plugged in. Now I see why power lights are not actually useless. Jerry is totally going to pull the "I told you so" card on this. Well Jerry doesn't have to know. Just like he doesn't have to know I'm wearing sandals. Screw Jerry. It's so quiet and lonely out here.

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RoboMonkey wrote 03/19/2015 at 16:30 point

Who knew "Whack-a-mole" had such beginnings?

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Jarrett wrote 03/19/2015 at 15:49 point

DJ Sanchez, PHD, shown installing the sound system for the much anticipated year-end Entropy Mixer

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Steel_9 wrote 03/19/2015 at 15:24 point

Here we have a Cern Scientest  inspecting the Emergency Intelligence Incinerator chutes after the explosion of Aperture Science. 

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cshamilto wrote 03/19/2015 at 01:47 point

Next we will visit Dr. John F. Zoidberg, though I must warn you he is a little unusual, he wears sandles.

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controlmypad wrote 03/18/2015 at 23:20 point

Inserting a large piezoelectric speaker into his Wall of Sound, Larry provides much needed "tunes" for CERN's Friday BBQ .

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controlmypad wrote 03/18/2015 at 23:10 point

Are Socks and Sandals acceptable safety equipment for the Demolition Pit? Yes, because these are Kelvar socks and Zylon sandals being testing.  Quite uncomfortable, but these feet will survive a close proximity blast.

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Hoa wrote 03/18/2015 at 21:14 point

Was the combination 1,3,4,2 or was it 3,2,4,1......I had this secret door opened once!

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Tim wrote 03/18/2015 at 18:26 point

By running all of the exhaust chambers at once, we've created the world's largest flute.

Pictured is Dr. Marlow playing D#.

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alan wrote 03/18/2015 at 17:54 point

After budget cuts the remaining CERN staff were asked to take on additional responsibilities. Here we see senior scientist Dr. Frank Close inspecting the septic system.

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