(Oh look, he must have been a recorder player. Good for him. All recorder players are both brilliant and very nice.)
As it said in the Telegraph online on the eleventh of October:
Professor Brout died in 2011 and could not share the prize post
...well, under the doubly trying circumstances I'm not surprised that poor Professor Brout had lost his sense of humour.
Word To Use Today: humorous. This word comes from the Latin humor, which means liquid, and the Greek hugros, wet.
PS I bet post humorously was a 'correction' done by a computer. You know what computers are like. Now my own machine has got WORD 2013 loaded it's got completely above itself and started sneaking in extra capital letters when it thinks I'm not looking, blast it to blazes.