The large hadron collider was restarted today in a bold attempt to find the missing chocolate particle predicted by scientists since the famous J.S.Fry experiments of the last century.
Research then suggested that along with the 5 chocons (desperation, pacification, expectation, acclamation, realization), there existed a much larger 'munchon'.
The particle has been fleetingly observed in the bubbles in Aero bars, but has been a major challenge to scientists due to its short lived nature.
The munchon, besides its chocalatey characteristics also has time and mass vectors, so its discovery and isolation would explained observed phenomena such as the wagon wheel paradox, which postulates that the wagon wheel was once the size of a dustbin lid but can now only be seen under a microscope.
It was thought that munchon technology had been utilised in the Kit Kat chunky and giant Mars bars, however these have since prove vulnerable to time-related mass decay.
Today's experiment will collide two maltesers at 99.99% of the speed of light despite fears that this will create a melt down.