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Friday, 15 August 2008

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Miami, Florida (IPP) - Scientist flying aboard a NOAA P-31 hurricane hunter will conduct experiments when tropical storm Fay reaches hurricane strength near the island of Cuba.

The experiments involve the setting loose of flatulent gas to see if a fart can survive in a hurricane. Scientists must free the flatulent gases near the Island of Cuba so that folks in Florida will not have smell the offensive odors released from the plane.

Weatherman Jim Cantore from the weather channel will be the person who will generate the gases. He is being fed a special diet of hard boiled eggs, sardines, and pork and beans, and is washing it all down with beer.

Jim had already downed close to two six packs of beer and was singing, "sardines, sardines, sardines and pork and beans" as the beers were having an obviously jovial effect on the otherwise uptight weatherman who takes himself much too seriously.

Jim Cantore is famous for his on-camera-hiding-behind-large-buildings when the winds of an approaching hurricane reach about 23 miles an hour. Once the winds get any faster than 30 miles per hour Jim goes running to the hotel bar where he tries to pick the local skankery who usually end up rejecting his advances.

Results of the hurricane experiments will be made available to the public via the internet as soon as they become available.

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