Supersymmetry theories kicked into orbit!

Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 12 November 2012

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He just turned in his grave!

After millions of dollars of investment the human race can relax and rest assure that "Black Holes" spinning in space are not targeting the planet earth because the Supersymmetry theory has now been kicked into orbit!

Scientists working at the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) have discovered what really "matters" is that "matter" is degenerating rapidly and this is what causes far off galaxies to spin faster; so what?

There are many people out there who believe in this scientific codswallop and are prepared to allow scientists to waste their time and vast amounts of tax-payers money in discovering all about the vast universe.

Jaggedone recently sent out his CIA ( Cockroach Infiltration Army; appropriate!) to interview hundreds of thousands of Asians living off of Municipal rubbish tips amongst cockroaches (now you get it, don't you?), swarms of flies made up of "superparticles", rats and humungus amounts of bacteria, diseases and untreated faeces. This is what they thought about this majestic scientific discovery that cost millions and millions and here are their reactions:


Science Star CIA reporter, Prof. Albert Shitstein, has sent the reactions to CIA headquarters (Jaggedone's useless brain) and he will in turn send it to Scientific Monthly Magazine adding the following comment: "You are a bunch of over intellectual tossers who should be using your over intellectual brains to solve the problems of this rat-infested planet (rats = politicians = wasting tax-payers money!) before you start searching for "matter" that doesn't matter at all!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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