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Friday, 12 March 2010

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kicking up a scientific storm.

The scientific community was rocked yesterday by claims that the world may not revolve around the sun as previously thought and may in fact revolve around two-year-old Molly Jones from Little Clarendon Street, Oxford.

Professor David Jones of Oxford university, who also happens to be the child's uncle, made the revelations after witnessing the child's behaviour at a recent family gathering.

'The way my brother and his wife pander after that child makes you sick', said professor Jones. 'This now completely calls into question everything we believed as fact in modern science'.

The claims made by professor Jones are not the first this year to challenge long established scientific beliefs.

In January Professor Charles Hill of the university of phoenix told the world that concerns over his wife's constant spoiling of their pet terrier 'Foo Foo' had led him to believe the sun shines out of it's arse.

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