Toddler Proposes ‘String Cheese Theory’ of the Universe

Nevada City, CA — A Nevada City, CA toddler named Jackie has proposed a groundbreaking theory of the universe that has left scientists scratching their heads.

According to Jackie, everything in the universe is made of string cheese. From the smallest particle to the largest galaxy, it’s all just string cheese in different shapes and forms.

“I was eating a snack, and I noticed that the string cheese was stretching and twisting in all sorts of ways,” Jackie explained. “It made me think about how everything in the universe is always moving and changing, and I realized that it must all be made of the same stuff.”

Jackie’s theory has already caused a stir in the scientific community, with some experts hailing it as a revolutionary new way of thinking about the nature of reality.

“This is exactly the kind of outside-the-box thinking that we need in science,” said Dr. Janet Hemp, a leading physicist at the University of Chicago. “Who would have thought a toddler could come up with such a revolutionary idea?”

Others, however, are more skeptical of Jackie’s theory.

“I’m not convinced that string cheese is the answer to everything,” said Dr. David Castrate, a renowned cosmologist at MIT. “But I’m open to the possibility that it could be a piece of the puzzle.”

Regardless of the debate, one thing is clear: Jackie’s string cheese theory of the universe is sure to be a topic of conversation for years to come. Who knows what other groundbreaking ideas this brilliant toddler will come up with next?

Randall 'fink' Finkelstein
Randall 'fink' Finkelstein
Fink is a man of many words, and many web links. He likes to argue and seldom loses. Mostly because he’s well informed. And somewhat gassy.

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