CHICAGO - A year long study that was conducted by the reputable Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency has stated that in the area of basic research studies more research is actually needed.
A highly respected representative with ADGA Bagby B. Buckleybox, informed the American public that it has been his experience that roughly 97 percent of all research studies fall short of the time that they should have taken up.
Buckeybox listed a perfect example of this was the Homing Pigeon Research Study of 2003, which found that homing pigeons did in fact have a type of aviary GPS system built into their bodies.
It was discovered that the homing pigeon GPS system was actually located beneath the left wing.
He noted that the three in one hundred homing pigeons that had the GPS system in the right wing tended to get lost and hardly ever returned back to their home base, so to speak.
SIDENOTE: Buckleybox pointed out that if the Homing Pigeon Research Study had been allowed to continue for another three or four weeks they could have possibly learned why right wing GPS systems do not work anywhere near as well as the left wing GPS systems do.