Cyberspace - (Malware): A numerologically absurd proposition will test theories this weekend that the internet is about to collapse under the weight of the numbers game.
The Stuxnet virus's programmed life span is due to detonate millions of laptop-melting superbugs at the stroke of midnight on Sunday.
Mostly triggered by porn and gaming sites the malware may cause rapid overheating of keyboards followed by minor explosions, smoke - maybe even flames.
In cyberspace Iranian stoning webcams are also at risk along with radical shiite sites supporting FGM.
The Vatican Bank's ATM network may also be hit amid rumors the cash machine actually ran dry last Monday.
In Monaco, Lichtenstein and the Dutch Antilles the offshore forex matrix is ready to implode.
And a Gulf oil slick-sized Hungarian sludge spill may run into a category-9 tornado as global warming control computers aboard the International Space Station crash to oblivion.
Prof Stephen Hawking is 104.