Replace "Superluminal" with "Ludicrous Speed"

The current word used by physicists to describe motion faster than light is "Superluminal". With CERN's recent discovery of particles that travel faster than light, it is now more important than ever that physicists worldwide instead use the term "Ludicrous Speed" to describe faster than light motion, especially if the matter goes to plaid.

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CERN claims faster-than-light particle measured

Spaceballs - They've gone into plaid

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