posted on Jan, 18 2004 @ 01:50 AM
The scientist, who's name shall now be revealled as Marcus, slaved for months over the principles of Project Atlantis. It took two years for him to
finally reach the fine-tuning process.
Bythis time, Jack had forgotten all about 2+2=5 and its great possiibilities, and was lying in a dumpster somewhere in the vicinity of Hampstead
After another month or so of fine tuning, Marcus finally finished fine-tuning the project. He repoted to his official and was asked to show a
demonstration to the President of the United States. Of course, no one actually knew what the project was, or could do, they simply assumed the whole
time that it was something good. They had even heard that there may be cheesecake involved.
The day of the presentation came and Marcus held the demonstration. Inside the president's offie - a great big, round room with a star spangled
banner and a single desk in the centre, sat the President. Marcus wheeled in a tray with a something under a cloth. The something did not yet have a
name - Marcus still had to find something fancy that no one else could pronounce, or even spell. For now, we shall refer to it as the elephant.
Marcus unveiled the device, and it looked nothing like an elephant, although we are referring to it as this. The elephant was small and round with a
flattened part at both the top and bottom. In the side of the elephant there were numerous buttons, dials and screens. Marcus twiddled with a few of
"Sir, what do you hate most in the universe?" Marcus asked the President. The President was not expecting any questions, let alone one of that
type. He hesitated a bit and then mumbled.
"Sorry, sir?" said Marcus.
"Erm..my wife..." mumbled the President.
"Ok," said Marcus, "How would you like to see a universe without her?"
"I'm intrigued..." said the President. Marcus fiddled with a few more buttons, punched in some figures on the keypad and twidled a dial. He sat
back and pressed the button on the top of the elephant. It was labled '2+2=5'.