Hardly University's finest have won a Nobel Prize in physics for their newest paper, "Tape it Up," which explains the ultimate theory of life, the universe and everything. Atoms and the tiniest particles known are not made of indescribably tiny vibrating strings but small strip of duct tape.
Researchers Carlos Stiki and Gregory Rolls were honored with the award last night. The Stiki/Rolls team have been working together to define the basic substance of the universe for about 10 years.
Stiki and Rolls have determined that the tape comes in 42 varieties, each with their own color and strength.