Google and Microsoft have teamed up to create a secret computer programme that they think will reveal one of the secrets of the Universe.
It was created last year and will be fitted into every computer by the end of the Summer. The purpose of the programme is to capture the laughter of the people who use their computers.
This laughter will be correlated with what the person is laughing at on Google, and then that information will be sold to the highest bidder at a multi-billionaire's ball. If that person is a charitable person then they might share this news with the rest of the world. If not, then the secrets will die with him.
The people at Google and Microsoft have come to the conclusion that only laughter can bring happiness, and if they can find out for certain what can make people laugh, then they believe they will have found the answer to the most illusive thing in the world. The Secret of Happiness.
The Delai Llama is said to be furious about this news because he wrote a book about happiness 10 years ago. He thinks they are copying his ideas and is preparing to sue the two companies for Plagiarism.
Google were unavailable for comment last night and so were Microsoft, but Noel Fielding said it was the best news he'd heard all year.
By Katarina Frogpond.