Welsh people are getting cleverer by the minute, according to a new survey.
An original measurement of the Glyder Fawr mountain in Snowdonia has revealed it is over 1000 metres high, rather than the 999 metres many thought it was.
The news comes as new technology allows the Welsh to accurately measure things for the first time. Our inside man offered this review.
"The only thing this baby can't measure accurately is Gavin Henson's ego. To think it was a thousand metres high! We should have a massive do. Invite the boys down South for a game of rugby and scones and stuff!"
Top official from South Wales Ieaun Jenkins responded with this remark of delight.
"There's a North Wales? I thought that was just barren land near England,"