Scientist invents instant transmission to alleviate VIP movement-related frustration
Dr Impossibru Patwary, a physicist working at the Chetona Innovation Labs at Palashi University, claims to have invented a device that can help individuals transmit their bodies instantly across short to medium distances.
The scientist held a demonstration for journalists and enthusiasts in his underground laboratory this week, and everyone waited with bated breath as the scientist showed them how his device works.
The device is a metallic L-shaped tube, with a switch near the bend of the L. The longer end of the device is pointed at the subject's head, and once the switch is pulled, or rather pressed, the subject is instantly transported to a preset destination defined on the device.
"This technology is patented under my name, thus the inner workings will remain a secret. All I can say is, I have taken the help of AI to further accelerate some accelerated particles to achieve my goal. It's like ChatGPT," Dr Patwary explained, and everyone nodded, as if they knew what was going on.
It is a common sight to see hordes of people waiting on the side of the road as VIP movement restricts their access to overbridges and sidewalks. In the past, the police would have to deal with the frustration of these angry throngs of people, but now, those days are over.
The device has been made available to the police department, who will immediately implement it in day-to-day use as increasing VIP movement has frustrated city dwellers in the recent past. It is a common sight to see hordes of people waiting on the side of the road as VIP movement restricts their access to overbridges and sidewalks. In the past, the police would have to deal with the frustration of these angry throngs of people, but now, those days are over.
Dr Patwary showed videos of recent instances of VIP movement, where angry pedestrians were taken aside by policemen, and the L-shaped metallic tube was held to their head, and once the switch was pressed, they disappeared! The scientist claims this was proof that his instant transmission was successful.
When asked why there was no proof of the angry pedestrians arriving at their desired destinations, the scientist said, "Look, everyone wants to go to different places, so it's difficult for us to find that proof. All I can say is we made sure they went somewhere they are happy, you could say they are all in a better place."
Another reporter asked the scientist why this wasn't made available to the VIPs themselves, as that may have been an easier solution to the problem at hand. To this, the scientist replied, "The VIPs actually enjoy seeing people waiting for them on the sides of the road. It reminds them of the public they are supposed to serve, and strengthens their sense of duty. But thank you, for your wonderful question. We wanted to do a live demonstration of my invention today. Why don't you volunteer, sir? Yes you, the person who asked that last question."