Monday, November 07, 2005

Danibel and the Cacophony

Denizens of the Danibel Galaxy have a saying, "For all those who disagree, shoot them." This is a nice little saying, but it is not enshrined in Danibelian law. For that we have Albert Einstein to thank. Danibelistic Philosophy is encaged within an ear-splitting cacophony, and so we humans cannot hear it - cannot be privy to its philogenic sophistry. Thus when Einstein was heard to exclaim into a hudromemoter that was broadcasting towards the denizens of the Danibel Galaxy at the time,
"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones." (1948)
there was no way for him to know that just moments before the Danibelishments had been unleashed in our direction, for the orders were cacophonically unhearable by Einstein's tender human ears. Well, upon receiving Einstein's profoundly peaceloving message, the Danibelt Forces unfurled, and fled for home.

Thus we can thank the evolutionary advantages of our poor hearing for the survival of our species.

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