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Friday, 7 December 2012

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Inserting the dinosaur gene pool

The scientists of Fortune Research Center, after 7 years of intense study,have finally achieved the understanding of the physical-dynamics of time. This study is part of creating a perfectly functioning time-manipulating machine.

Dr.Alan Spencer, lead scientist, says in an interview, "The primary purpose for developing such technology is to foresee disasters and mishaps, that may affect the population on a grand scale. Once the machine is complete, it will be handed over to the United Nations Organization. Currently we have been successful in decoding the tangible aspect of time. For a few micro-seconds, we have been able to witness Mitosis (cell-division process) in our lab. We were also able to access its Ancestral Gene Pool to modify it into dinosaur sperm. However, this could not be done without sending the cell through time, thus proving that time travel is indeed possible."

The scientist went on to prove the team's time manipulation theory with a series of equations which contained a lot of characters from multiple languages. Due to the character and language limitations on a standard computer keyboard, these formulas cannot be shared. The team has currently injected the sperm cell inside a female subject of the Homo-sapien species. The results are yet to be analysed.

One of our sneaky news reporter has also discovered a box full of empty liquor bottles in the laboratory. We assume (and hope) it is strictly for research purpose.

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