Written by Illusnist
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Topics: Science, dice

Friday, 23 January 2009

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Since the 1920's, scientists have held with the belief that the entire universe is ordered, a feeling most often represented as "God does not play dice with the universe."

Top researchers from Berkley were amazed today when two giant dice came tumbling out of a cloudless sky, demolishing four cars belonging to tenured staff, and disrupting some sort of undisclosed hanky-panky in nearby bushes. It wasn't the three meter square translucent blocks of red that had scientists enthralled though, but rather the far reaching implications that dice rolling out of the sky are certain to have.

One witness reported that the lucky roll was a seven, and no females were injured in the excitement. For lack of a better idea, the two giant dice have been listed in campus records as landscape decorations contributed by an anonymous donor.

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