A scientist (name withheld) has made a major breakthrough in the theory of evolution - he has collected a legion of chimpanzees and intends to keep them until they become humans.
Already the scientist is happy that the chimps are beginning to hobble about more on two legs than on all fours and what is more? They even look a lot like him.
The scientist is concerned that he may not live long enough for the chimps to evolve into human beings and he has made a will bequeathing all his properties to these "would-be human."
He is also requesting that the chimps be brought up by his foundation and should be kept in close observation until "transition morning" when they would evolve into human beings.
The scientist believes that one of the chimps must be his cousin because of how he strikingly resembles the him.