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Funny story: Iranian Scientists Explain Yellow Cake's Advantages

Iranian Scientists Explain Yellow Cake's Advantages

Tehran, Iran---In what they describe as a major scientific breakthrough, Iranian nuclear researchers have declared yellow cake to be good for you. "It is a mysterious, magical, mythical substance that has vitamins, minerals, nutrition and can be enr...

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Funny story: World scientists split on divine issue

World scientists split on divine issue

DUST BIN, Montana -- At a scientific conference in Montana, a student in the audience asked the distinguished panelists: "Can you be a good scientist and believe in God?"...

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Funny story: Mother Nature Begins Fighting Back

Mother Nature Begins Fighting Back

Sarasota -- Scientists point to numerous signs that Mother Nature has begun fighting back in response to the challenges of overpopulation, global warming, and pollution. A Florida woman died today from flesh-eating bactera, a Calgary man of West Nil...

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Funny story: Swiss Scientists Exceed the Speed of Light

Swiss Scientists Exceed the Speed of Light

Bern -- Swiss scientists today? announced they had briefly succeeded in making light travel faster than the theoretical limit postulated by Albert Einstein. Light zips along in a vacuum at 186,000 miles per second. It reportedly travels even faster...

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Funny story: British Scientists Create Tiny Republican Brains

British Scientists Create Tiny Republican Brains

EDINBURGH (Reuters)--Scientists at the Universities of Edinburgh and Milan have reportedly made the world's first Republican brains from pure nerve stem cells derived from embryonic cell lines. Researchers told the BBC they hope the newly-created...

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Funny story: Japanese Scientists Create Machine That Can Sell Things.

Japanese Scientists Create Machine That Can Sell Things.

In what is being perceived as one more step towards the total and absolute mechanisation of contemporary civilisation, inventors in Japan have come up with a machine intended to replace the need for human retailers in shops. Dubbed a "Vending Machine...

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Funny story: Truth Revealed: Scientists Say 'It Ain't So!'

Truth Revealed: Scientists Say 'It Ain't So!'

As the saying goes, the sayings go. Culminating centuries of exhaustive, painstaking research, multidisciplinary researchers have taken on some of the toughest adages in historical culture and proven them WRONG!! While much of the work is still being...

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Funny story: 'Create your own blood' vessels grows scientists' engineering success into brain transplants

'Create your own blood' vessels grows scientists' engineering success into brain transplants

London based scientists have raced ahead in the search for Enhanced Artificial & Natural Intelligence (EANI) by discovering how to grow their own blood vessels into natural objects including Citrullus vulgaris.

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Funny story: Side Effects of Bird Flu Vaccines Spark Concern

Side Effects of Bird Flu Vaccines Spark Concern

BEIJING, May 26 (UPI) - Although China has developed vaccines that block the spread of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu among birds and mammals according to Xinhua news agency, scientists fear the side effects which have been encountered in testing...

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Funny story: New study out on chaotic origins of solar system

New study out on chaotic origins of solar system

BEND LUCY, Wisc. -- By using an expensive computer, scientists have developed a story of chaos in the creation of our solar system that, they agree, explains mysteries about our solar system.

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Funny story: Technology searches for text on ancient parchment

Technology searches for text on ancient parchment

VESTIBULE, Iowa - Scientists are using a "particle accelerator" to translate the long-lost writings of the Greek-mathematician Archimedes. The work was hidden for centuries after a Christian monk wrote his laundry list over it sometime during the Mid...

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Funny story: Scientists Link Vandalism to Excessive Oedipal Masturbation

Scientists Link Vandalism to Excessive Oedipal Masturbation

Research Proves What Victims...

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Funny story: Rampaging Iceberg Turning Out To Be A Big Disappointment

Rampaging Iceberg Turning Out To Be A Big Disappointment

Scientists have been waiting for a wandering, ginormous iceberg named B-15A to stop taunting them and just get down to business.

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Funny story: Exxon Announces Revolutionary Blood Substitute

Exxon Announces Revolutionary Blood Substitute

HOUSTON--Scientists at Exxon Mobil Corporation have announced that they have created a revolutionary substitute for human blood out of common crude oil, which they have chemically altered for the mass market.

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Funny story: No Cure Seen For Exploding Republicans

No Cure Seen For Exploding Republicans

ATLANTA--Doctors and scientists at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia do not see an imminent cure arising to prevent or slow down the recent plague of exploding Republican politicians that has hit Washington, DC. "We are at a total lo...

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Funny story: Scientists healed from too much concern about Mars' southern pole

Scientists healed from too much concern about Mars' southern pole

MESMARIA, Md. -- Scientists have been disturbed for decades about why Mars' southern polar cap is offset from its geographical south pole. It was getting so that these scientists were damaging their health over the issue.

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Funny story: Rare snails found

Rare snails found

ROBUST, Ind. - A trio of snails thought by most scientists and laymen to be extinct has been rediscovered in the Coosa and Cahaba rivers, according to reports from the Coosa and Cahaba rivers.

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