Tuesday, February 22, 2005

The world of science has taught us only one thing:

Experiments learn us more!

Without experiments, Mr. Edison would have never invented his famed lighted-bulb. Mr. Rutherford would have never uncovered those sub-atoms. And old Mr. Mendel would have never had sex with those pea-plants.

Similarily (and in fact, better-ly), me and my fellow scientists (Dr. Kessler, Dr. Pash, Dr. Stangl, and Dr. Yoshida) conducted our famous "HOT-BROWN EXPERIMENT" last Saturday night.

The question at hand: What would Coca-Cola Classic taste like if you heated it up?

We - in our fearless pursuit for scientific knowledge - put a mug of Coke in the microwave and heated that sunuvabitch for 2 minutes. Then we drank it.

The result?

It tasted like Coke you leave in your car on a hot summer day.

Aw, yes, but what is SCIENCE doing for YOU?

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