“We poked a hole in the Universe.” The disheveled man in the lab coat said, beaming proudly.
“Where does it go?” The general frowned, watching the otherworldly shimmer hanging in mid-air.
“Outside… outside the Universe.”
“As in you have no idea. As in anything might come pouring out of that hole and—”
“Actually, the prevailing water-cooler theory around here is that it’s much more likely that our Universe will start pouring into the hole. Sucking everything in like a v—”
The general had grabbed the man by the collar of his lab coat. “Close it. Now.”
“But we don’t—”