Science Town, USA Scientists studying the ozone layer of the Earth were flabbergasted when they compared the hot air emissions from 2014 to the hot air emissions from 2015.
"The hot air being emitted in 2015 was 18 times higher than it was in 2014. In fact, the air emissions began to grow exponentially on the day that Donald Trump entered the U.S. Presidential race," spoke a top scientist.
Other top scientists studying the atmosphere predicted that if the present rate continues, the Earth has few years left.
When asked to comment, Trump stated that he wouldn't stop talking even though it might make the Earth explode. "After all, what has the Earth ever done for me? It used to be a 10 but Earth is now only about an 8 and 1/2. Why should I go out of my way for it?" spoke an agitated Donald Trump.