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HIGGS-BOSON PARTICLES TO HELP FIGHT WORLD HUNGER


(Warning : Contains science.)

Appalled by the rising price of vegetables, hungry scientists at the S.N. Bose Institute for Unusual Discoveries have found a unique application of the Higgs-Boson particle. Munching on a prawn cutlet provided by your correspondent, Professor Satish Chandra Bose explained the underlying principle.

“Extraction of Higgs-Boson particles reduces the mass of an object. Injection increases it. Amongst human beings, there is a wide disparity of body mass. We propose the use of Higgins-Boson Extractors to transfer particles from fat people to thin people. The beauty of it is that donors can regain lost particles by consuming plenty of saturated fats. The cycle can then repeat itself. Six to eight weeks should be sufficient to eradicate world hunger.”

In related news, the Health Ministry has announced the launch of a public awareness campaign, urging responsible citizens to eat more, with the tagline, ‘Get your Boson!’

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3 comments on “HIGGS-BOSON PARTICLES TO HELP FIGHT WORLD HUNGER

  1. Kasturi Roy Choudhury
    July 6, 2012

    so when am I being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize ?

    • shovonc
      July 6, 2012

      As soon as the committee gets back from vacation. They’ve stopped looking after seeing this.

  2. Pingback: O’migod! Higgs boson Hoopla and I « वसुधैव कुटुंबकम

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