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Friday, 23 September 2011

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Basel, Switzerland-- Physicists working at the CERN Laboratory in Switzerland have just discovered another dreadful mistake made by Albert Einstein. The 20th Century genius was proven wrong last week after it was discovered neutrino particles can travel faster than the speed of light. Now, Einsteins most famous equation--E=MC²--has also been proven to be completely wrong.

Physicists around the world are still recovering from shock, now that the speed of light has been broken by neutrinos. The discovery has made them reconsider everything Einstein ever did--and the results have been disastrous. NASA's chief astronomer Dr. Karl Saygun explained the dilemma to the press:

"Energy equals mass times the square of the speed of light (E=MC²) is the cornerstone of modern physics. Because the speed of light is no longer important, energy simply equals mass (E=M). The whole Theory of Relativity is wrong." said Dr. Saygun.

The realization that E=MC² was wrong caused many strange things to happen. Fission and fusion became no longer possible, and all nuclear power plants around the world began to shut down. Astronomers noted that the sun was becoming very dim, and appeared to be going out.

Dr. Saygun glanced outside his window and watched the midday sky turn jet black. The sun had stopped shining, as well as every star in the Universe.

"This is really a sad day for science, now that Einstein is proven wrong." said Dr. Saygun as he began to freeze to death.

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