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Monday, 28 April 2008

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It may be below zero, farenheit and celcius, but what is it in Bush?

In science, zero degrees Kelvin is known as "absolute zero." This temperature, also measured at -273.15 degrees Celcius, is the point where no heat radiates from an object, no molecules are in motion, and nothing can be colder.

The International Scientific Community, at a meeting in Stockholm, has decided to rename Absolute Zero in honor of United States President George W. Bush. Spokesman for the group, Professor Helmut Knutt (PhD in Phyics from Berlin Polytechnic) said that "there is no IQ anywhere measureable that is lower than that of the American President. There is no heat eminating from that brain and we have never measured any thoughts or molecules in motion."

"Likewise, there is no point lower on the temperature scale than O degrees Kelvin, no heat eminates, and no molecules are in motion."

"Therefore, we proudly rename this temperature as The Bush Point. Absolute Zero sounds too much like a brand of Vodka and we wanted to make sure everything was perfectly clear and avoid confusion."

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