Solar scientists succeeded Saturday at squelching some of the solar rays scorching our skies.
Dr. Stanly Sweatty of Hardly University and Dr. Soune Rea of Death Valley seamlessly merged swarms of successful solar students to save their species from searing. The scientists struggled 24-seven to send up specialized satellites to spray supple amounts of sun lotion directly onto the sun's surface.
Satisfactory results soon were self evident. "Shaving the UV rays six percent is like standing in the shade. Soon the scorching sun rays will subside," swears Dr. Sweaty.
Sullen students slowly slunk back to their scheduled studies, sad the excitement ceased but somewhat satisfied with soothing sun less summer skies.