Life in the 29th Dimension
on 5/7/2004 (5)
A new multi-dimensional particle theory, called "String theory" suggests that hundreds of other physcial dimensions may exist right along side our own, perhaps as close as 1 millimeter away...
|Hi Hitler! |
What would some of histories most brilliant and nefarious characters be like in a different dimension? Here's some ideas:
Adolph Hitler: The 29th dimensional Adolph, is an easy going, fun loving, cardigan sweatered pipe-smoking socialite, who is into chicks and really digs bowling. Having once bowled a perfect game, a banner on all of the bowling alley's 29 hyperdodecaoctahedron shaped walls reads 'Heil Hitler! perfect 27,000!'. Every time Adolph bowls a strike, the crowd roars 'Hi Hitler!' to get his attention, and he smiles and waves back.
Albert Einstein: Einstein's 29th Dimensional alter-ego is just as brilliant as ours, but is an ultra-zealous Creationist who hates technology. Arrested numerous times for vandalizing nuclear power plants, spray painting 'Edison sucks' in research labs and demolishing everything and anything scientific, the 29th dimensional Al posutlated something called 'The theory of unrelativity', where matter and energy are anti-equivalent, and, according to Einstein: "If God had vanted us to measure ze speed of light, He vould have given us really, really, really long legs!"
The CIA: Unlike our own CIA, the 29th Dimensional CIA is a neurotic, intrusive, unscrupulous bohemian organization that flaunts laws and convention for their own dubious, self-propagating, paranoid ambitions...uhhh, wait...I just described our own CIA. Next!
George W. Bush: Unlike our G.W.B, his 29th Dimensional counterpart is an articulate, intellectual titan, reknowned for his booming, seizing oratory and masterfull, prehensile powers of analysis and observation. Unlike his 3D earthly counterpart, he is not President of the United States however, but president of the Pawtucket senior bird watching club, spending his time "counting, getting interrupted with silly questions, and then counting some more."
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