A number of university students at the University of Science and technology conducted what they dubbed “the first experiment to prove once and for all the theory of evolution.” The experiment began after the students left their dishes and utensils in the sink for more than four months. In the wake of the fifth month, red-dotted, crawling algae grew. The algae not only had a distinctive musty smell, but also made screeching sounds whenever soup approximated its area of emergence.
One of the conductors told Al Hudood that “the experiment not only proved that life can emerge on its own, but that it can also emerge in environments common knowledge has always considered extremely inhospitable for humans – like, for example, a bachelor’s kitchen.” In answer to our question about the conditions of the experiment and the difficulties faced in conducting it, the student added, “Three students live in this place. Each one of them adds to the amount of dishes and utensils already in the sink. And if it wasn’t for our complete commitment to converting the objects of our experiment to a fertile environment, it would have resulted in failure. A lot of our friends doubted us, some doubted our scientific merit and said that we simply couldn’t be bothered with cleaning the dishes instead. But it was our perseverance and commitment that made this work..”
The students declared their intention to conduct a second experiment on the theory of evolution, and particularly on the origin of the human species. The students intend to observe their colleague, A.A., who shares a significant number of characteristics and behavioral traits with monkeys, including eating and mating, etc. Faculty members have sadly refused to support the students’ experiments which – they claimed – indicate an intention to question well-established scientific views.
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