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Breaking News: According to the International Institute for Studies, studies have shown more studies are needed.
Study 1: Science on a shoestring budget
This is embarrassing. I’ve been tying my shoelaces wrong for three decades.
Scientists have solved the mystery of why our shoelaces untie when we walk.
A team at UC Berkley spent two years studying the forces that loosen shoelace knots and provided diagrams of strong knots versus weak knots.
In related news, there’s still no cure for cancer.
Teachers, this is the perfect real-world science lesson for kids. Although at times science can be boring, at other times it can also be useless. Experts are saying this breakthrough should lead to major innovation across the shoelace industry. Call your broker and pull all your money out of Velcro.
The part of the story that makes me the angriest is I know the scientists seeking funding must have…
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