Q. How does Santa know what all the little boys and girls want for Christmas?
A. 1st, He has a mile by mile antenna array just below the snow in the north pole. The antenna consists of overlapping mesh wiring creating 1mm
squares. This antenna is finely tuned to pick up brain wave signals from children but only on key words like, I want, I need, for Christmas. Its also
used to know if you been good or bad. He also has his helpers in the malls dress like him and relay the message back to Santa at the north pole.
Q. How does Santa deliver Christmas gifts to all the kids in the world in one night?
A. This is easy, Santa has built a machine that wraps his sled into a “relativity bubble” as he calls it. Once its activated, an invisible bubble
wraps around him and his reindeer. Once he’s in it, he goes to the children’s houses and delivers gifts. It takes him nearly 6 months to deliver
all the packages inside his relativity bubble. But outside the bubble it all happens in one night!
Q. How does Santa make the reindeer fly?
A. Santa uses Anti-gravity technology on the sled. It’s part of the relativity bubble machine he uses. The reindeer are more of a traditional thing.
Plus He really loves his reindeer. There like pet dogs you would take on a road trip.
Q. How does Santa fit all the children’s presents in his sled?
A. Santa has what we call Nano technology capabilities. He uses this technology to enter through the chimney to get in the house. Once in, he checks
his list and coordinates his GPS unit with his antenna array to find out who’s house he’s in. He then pulls up the children’s wish list on his
tablet and releases his Nano builders, NB. The NB's then crawl under the tree and scan the surroundings around the area. The NB’s then start to
collect tinny bits of matter from all the surrounding inanimate objects and start to build the gifts under the tree. This process takes all night.
Q. Then what are the elf’s for?
A. The elf story was made up 100’s of years ago because people did not understand technology back then. They literally thought Santa had little
people working for him around the clock. It’s really a silly notion. Plus it’s like slavery.
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