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Funny story: Greta Thunberg Nominated For Several Awards

Greta Thunberg Nominated For Several Awards

Greta Thunberg, the Swedish environmental campaign activist schoolgirl who has taken the world by storm by staring gloweringly into the faces of polluters and their stooges, has been nominated for several prodigious awards in relation to her 'work'.

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Funny story: Staring At The Sun Can Damage Eyesight

Staring At The Sun Can Damage Eyesight

A warning published today by the British Medical Council says that staring at the Sun for hours on end could seriously damage a person's eyesight, and could, ultimately result in blindness. The Sun is a giant orange orb in space, located around 93...

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Funny story: Children Are Happier Watching Fox News, Reports Fox News

Children Are Happier Watching Fox News, Reports Fox News

Railing against the fearmongering to which climate scientists and reporters are subjecting youth regarding the fate of the planet, Fox News has reported that children are significantly happier overall watching climate-change-denying Fox News. "It'...

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Funny story: Faith Healing Rebrands as Holistic Health Remedy

Faith Healing Rebrands as Holistic Health Remedy

Turning around a near-century-long slump in new customer acquisitions, proponents of healing via faith, prayer, and the laying of hands have successfully rebranded their variety of spiritual ministration as a holistic health remedy. "There's no re...

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Funny story: Possible link between measles vaccine and measles

Possible link between measles vaccine and measles

Scientists claim to have found a link between the popular measles vaccine and the likelihood of contracting measles. According to studies by the University of Bern, children who did not receive the vaccine were more likely to get the disease later in...

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Funny story: Harry Maguire To Push Some Buttons On The Hadron Collider

Harry Maguire To Push Some Buttons On The Hadron Collider

Harry Maguire, the Manchester United central defender, has announced he will be flying to Geneva next week, to travel to Cern where scientists continue to work on the Hadron Collider, a big machine with which they are attempting to recreate the condi...

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Funny story: Joe Rogan and Stamps.web Launch Nutrition Correspondence Course

Joe Rogan and Stamps.web Launch Nutrition Correspondence Course

In a joint effort with Stamps.web, a proud sponsor of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, comedian and podcast host Joe Rogan announced the launch of a new nutrition correspondence course, which will offer participants the chance to take a deep dive in...

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Funny story: Oppenheimer Not What He Seems Scientists Say

Oppenheimer Not What He Seems Scientists Say

In a shocking turn of events today that’s sure to shake the world the famous theoretical physicist and professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley, J. Robert Oppenheimer, was discovered to never once have performed a sweet 180-kick...

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Funny story: Student Allowed To Eat A Mentos Mint, Then Drink Coke, "In The Name Of Science"

Student Allowed To Eat A Mentos Mint, Then Drink Coke, "In The Name Of Science"

A science teacher at a school has said that he gave permission to one of his students to undertake the extraordinarily dangerous challenge of eating a Mentos mint and then quoffing a bottle of Coca Cola, "for the benefit of the other students", and "...

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Funny story: Climate Change Deniers Join Forces with 9/11 Truth Deniers to Empower People to Think Beyond Science

Climate Change Deniers Join Forces with 9/11 Truth Deniers to Empower People to Think Beyond Science

In what many have called the age of movements, two seemingly disparate groups, climate change deniers and 9/11 truth deniers, have united to further their shared aim of empowering citizens to think beyond  the limits of science and promulgate their o...

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Funny story: Man Says There's No Scientific Basis Behind 'She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not'

Man Says There's No Scientific Basis Behind 'She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not'

A man who knows about stuff like this, has said there is absolutely no scientific basis whatsoever behind the ages-old petal-pulling decision-making theory of "She loves me, she loves me not..." The practice of pulling individual petals from a...

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Funny story: Cheese Discovered On Mouse's Whiskers

Cheese Discovered On Mouse's Whiskers

Animal lovers were celebrating this morning after scientists in an animal testing laboratory in Buckinghamshire revealed that they had found cheese on the whiskers of a mouse. Dr Andrew Glockenspiel, who works at the laboratory in Chesham, near Ay...

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Funny story: New Study Shows Most People Pretty Average

New Study Shows Most People Pretty Average

A new study published in the Journal of Human Evolution showed that the vast majority of Americans are not exceptional in any significant way and, in fact, are pretty average. Sociologist Dr. Charles Stanton, who conducted the study, said that he...

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Funny story: Neural Implant that Could Translate Brain Activity in Stupid People

Neural Implant that Could Translate Brain Activity in Stupid People

Most humble, open-minded people can not only communicate with well-structured sentences, but also with gestures such as subtle eye movements. Then, there are those individuals who are arrogant and stupid-ass. They can't read any subtle gestures, l...

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Funny story: Black Holes: Potential For Environmental Waste Disposal 'Enormous', Claims Man

Black Holes: Potential For Environmental Waste Disposal 'Enormous', Claims Man

A man with a periphary interest in science has outlined what he says are potentially planet-saving proposals for dealing with the Earth's problems regarding the safe disposal of environmental waste. Moys Kenwood, 55, says that black holes hold the...

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Funny story: Black Hole Is Exactly As It Was Expected To Be

Black Hole Is Exactly As It Was Expected To Be

The very first real images of a black hole taken by the Event Horizon Telescope last week, seem to confirm that black holes are very much the sort of thing scientists had expected them to be - holes that are black. It was already known that black...

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Funny story: Man Sets Out To Answer 'Chicken Or Egg?' Mystery

Man Sets Out To Answer 'Chicken Or Egg?' Mystery

A man interested in science has set out to solve the ages-old scientific mystery of which came first - the chicken or the egg. Brian Juggins was under the impression that, as chickens emerge from eggs, it would have been impossible for one of the...

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