Moscow - A Moscow teen, Svetlana Borskovicovich, who found a way to upload her breast milk to the internet, has been awarded a Nobel prize in physics.
Said the Nobel committee, "...the ability for a female to upload their breast milk online and subsequently be able to download it to their newborn opens up new developments in modern science, perhaps only surpassed by the development of the atomic bomb. But, unlike the atomic bomb, this discovery will enhance human development rather than hinder it."
Perhaps the only drawback to this invention is the fact that the internet will need to have the proper improvements added, called 'in tandem physical plant' or 'ITPP', namely 3 trillion plus meters of 1/4 inch diameter plastic tubing along with fairly robust switching components able to deal with starchy laden fluids passing through. As well, each computer sold will have to have nipple suction cups designed for each individual client. Other than that, it's good to go.