Have you ever wondered where some of the most important human technologies have been designed? The answer is simple: in a cafeteria. In particular in that of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, a real citadel, where the brightest minds from all over the world are confronted every day to change the fate of humanity. From anecdotes about the most daring discoveries – like a little thing called the World Wide Web – to the first girl-band appeared on the web (Les Horribles Cernettes, ça va sans dire), one observes with passion and irony a scientific community at work. Without forgetting that, after all, we are “almost nothing”: invisible and distant dots dispersed in the immensity of the universe.