Monday, September 23, 2013

Gastronomy - The Laws of Interstellar Gastric Flux . . .

In the Bowels of the Universe
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Yesterday's blog post explored the importance of amplituhedrons for quantum physics. Today's entry deplores the space between any two randomly chosen Michelin-starred extraterrestrial restaurants, an interstellar space invariably filled with gas generated by Michelin-starless greasy-spoon hole-in-the-wall eateries called "Mom's."

A lot of noise is made about such restaurants at the bitter end of the universe, but even if you feel that tug of the final singularity attracting you to try the unique inedibles offered at such an eatery, e.g., Frank Zappa's Montana-grown dental floss, just remember the advice of Nelson Algren, who formulated what has come to be known as the First Law of Interstellar Gastric Flux: "Never eat at a place called Mom's."

This has been a public-service announcement of the Gastronomical Posterior Astronomy Society . . .



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