Tuesday, December 12, 2006

SCIENTISTS SAY SANTA CAN DO IT IN ONE NIGHT

Scientists claimed to have proven that Santa’s journey to all the world’s children in one night IS possible. According to Larry Silverberg, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at North Carolina State University - Santa gets the job done using electromagnetic waves, computer science, nanotechnology, genetic engineering and the space-time continuum.

His journey is helped out by a “relativity cloud” — based on Einstein’s discovery that time can be stretched and space squeezed. The scientist says, “Rips in time allow Santa months to deliver presents while only minutes pass on Earth.”

An on-board SatNav prepares a detailed route, while the sleigh is pulled by reindeer genetically bred to fly and balance on rooftops. There are no weight problems as the toys are built only when Santa reaches each child’s home, using a nano-toymaker to create them from soot.

So - “Santa’s trip is possible and based on plausible science.”

That oughta shut up the nay sayers.