Wednesday, 5 October 2011

The Cleggeron Search Continues.

Scientists tending the battery of instruments surrounding the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester have yet to detect the Cleggeron, but their findings have shown the particle to be more complex than previously anticipated.

Quantum physicists are excited by the discovery that the Cleggeron exhibits different behaviour depending on the observer's location and political tendencies.

Initial observations show that when the two nuclei of the Cleggeron are apart, the exist in two separate realities, which provide a perfect environment for the aspirations of the observer of each nuclei. When the two nuclei come into close proximity, the two alternate realities create a third reality, totally at odds with any scientifically proven and observable reality. Scientists have cheekily assigned this third reality the name "cloud cuckoo land" for its astonishingly perverse properties.

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