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TALLAHASSEE, FL—Only months after abandoning a tenured position at Lehigh University, maverick chemist Theodore Hapner managed to disprove two of the three laws of thermodynamics and show that gold is a noxious gas, turning the world of science—defined for centuries by exhaustive research, painstaking observation, and hard-won theories—completely on its head.
Hapner is undoubtedly taking a great risk with his latest study, but the maverick scientist is confident his work will pay off.
"Bombarding a plutonium nucleus with accelerated electrons, long believed to produce a nuclear fission reaction, has, in fact, no consequence at all," Hapner said. "I'm going to prove that if it's the last thing I ever do."
Geremek, the son of renowned MIT theoretical physicist Irwin Geremek, was transported to the year 2202 last Thursday when he accidentally wandered into an experimental tachyon particle accelerator being developed by his father.
"They laughed when we said we would rekindle the divine spark of life in flesh grown cold and lifeless," said MIT scientist Dr. Otto Von Verruchtheit, the nation's leading corpse-reanimation expert, speaking from the castle that houses the MSRC's state-of-the-art corpse-reanimation laboratory.
Originally posted by thegoods724
if energy was free would it just make the rich richer, eventually or would it actually change things? any responses?
Originally posted by ChildoftheAnnunaki
I think the apple fell a mile away and then turned into an orange.