Egypt - Scientists in Egypt working on the creation of a synthetic, clean burning fuel to replace fossil fuels in aid of reversing global warming discovered a solution after accidentally set fire to one of the laboratory's pet cats. They found that the cat burnt with few greenhouse gas emissions, with a high amount of energy released.
"This discovery will hopefully spark the creation of cat-powered cars some time in the near future." said scientist Harry Pareatestes. "Unfortunately, this effect of the clean-burning cat only occurs when the cat is alive at the time of incineration."
The United States government has agreed to build a prototype of such a car to test its efficiency on the highways.
This discovery has lead to the assassination of one of the scientists, Ivona X. Plode, as Egypt still holds cats dear to their hearts.
"These people need to get over their heritage and embrace the future." says Pareatestes, "Besides, the rest of the world loathes cats. It's time that the Egyptians get with the program."
GM hasn't announced plans to make such a car, but Ford has said that it will conduct its own trails and use the government prototype before it closes out the possibility.