The pre-school research team has shocked the world of physics and threatened to revolutionise the way we understand the universe by announcing that the wheels on the bus, “go round and round.”
We spoke to Professor Brian Cox OBE, who always seems to pop up, about how this revelation might change the way we see the world.
“The area of perpetual motion became something akin to Alchemy in the world of physics. Since Newton’s time it’s been something which has divided opinion, with many leftfield physicists trying to create it, but few succeeding. It’s going to take time to analyse the results from the paper, but it does seem on first glance ifferutable that the wheels on the bus do indeed go round and round.”
CERN refused to provide comment in response to the findings.
The field of Physics is not the only one which has been shocked by the published research, as modern Economic theory will also be shaken by the conclusion that the money on the bus goes, “click-click-click.”
“This is difficult to rationalise,” said Nobel prize winner Milton Friedman, who isn’t actually alive anymore but is the only economist the author can think of. “Keynsian economics would lead us to believe that the bus would eventually be driven out of the market by a competing public transport provider which managed to eradicate this wasteful clicking from their business model. That doesn’t seem to be the case here.”
The eyes of the scientific world will be on the research team over the next few months as they have hinted that they will publish further findings on the relationship between the sound of the horn and a Pavlovian reaction from the babies on the bus and even their mothers.