CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Earth - Today, Google announced that they have succeeded in creating an elevator to the moon.
Dr. Eric Schmidt, Chairman of the Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer, Larry Page, Co-Founder & President, Products, and Sergey Brin, Co-Founder & President, Technology celebrated when they finally succeeded in building an elevator to the moon.
They had been having problems figuring out how to either get the elevator to be flexible enough to wrap around the earth as the moon orbits, or to put the moon into a stationary orbit, which they feared might affect the tides on Earth.
After watching Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and some old broadcasts of Dr. Who, they came up with the idea of making an elevator shaped like a telephone booth.
Sergey Brin commented, "The problem was limiting the time travel circuitry to the period it takes to get to the moon so that we didn't send our clients forward or backward in time. The propulsion systems, however, work most excellently!"
No word yet as to when the elevator will be commissioned; however, they did just launch "Google Moon."