http://bit.ly/1d50t7F The Daily Galaxy published an article questioning the profanities Dark Matter appears to be fond of. In the face of all the confusion, scientists are now wondering whether they need to rethink gravity altogether.
http://home.web.cern.ch/students-educators/updates/2013/07/alice-goes-particleland Then CERN publishes a nippy little cartoon to illustrate exactly what can happen when our sense of perspective goes all squirly.
http://www.improbable.com/2013/07/08/purple-chocolate-is-the-new-brown-chocolate/ And to top it all, in the very same week Cadbury's bursts forth with an admission that they have their cocoa mass/flavour eigenstates all mixed up, and have some serious problems with UV derivatives.
Now, I thought when Quantumology found its way to publication that the world would sit still for a little while, just to show how naive I can really be. For instead, all around the halls of physics Dark Matter is screaming to be left alone and Dark Energy is taunting the most reserved of particle puritans. The debates will rage and the search for truth march forth undaunted - in the meantime, those into physics can have some fun in the rapids and those who are just interested in what the world will offer next can sit back and look forward to a Tsunami of new information, any time soon.