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Al-Gebra and Illuminati Links Discovered

We live in a world exposed to constant terror. A few days ago, an individual was arrested at JFK airport. The flight he disembarked from was AL-LIE 2006 from the Far East. When they checked in at the customs counter, immigration officials noticed the unusual excitement of one of the travelers. After a thorough search, the suspicion was confirmed. The individual, who claimed to be a university professor of basic sciences, was in possession of suspicious and dangerous items. The customs official reported that he was in possession of an eraser, a ruler, a protractor, a vernier, a bottle of milk and a peculiar codified book of non-Anglo-Saxon origin on units and algorithms: “The 2006 Edition – SI Units, Conversion and measurement skills “. The keywords: “unit conversion”, “experimental science”, “measurement if”, “English to metric”, “fun tests”, “uncertainty”, “power of ten” and “the da Vinci code” sounded very suspicious …

Obviously, the man violated recently imposed flight regulations. He was immediately taken to an undisclosed interrogation camp in Central Europe.

Thanks to recently approved interrogation methods, officers quickly learned that the man was a member of the infamous Al-Gebra movement. He was accused of carrying weapons of mathematical instructions. Al-Gebra was discovered to be a section of an extremist and fearsome scientific cult whose goal is to constantly increase the knowledge of numbers with the sole intention of taking over the world. They use secret names like “X” and “Y” and refer to themselves as “Unknown.” What threatens the world is that in different countries, the “Unknown” change the names of their units to: fps, imperial, cgs, mks, KGB, si, ichi-foot, metric, tuzin-kopa and other strange names that make it difficult. continue. However, they have been determined to belong to an illuminati common denominator with coordinates in every country on earth since time immemorial …

Commenting on the event, President Bush assured the American public that foreign units (not even French) would be allowed into the United States. Citizens were warned not to make any contact with them. The result of the immediate survey showed that 90% of the population reacted positively to the appeal.

In his defense, the individual muttered that he had been framed by his own daughter who had placed a bottle of milk in his luggage as an expression of her love. He admitted that he had flown in from the Far East to help American science teachers. He confessed that despite recent Nobel prizes, he was very concerned about the quality of America’s science textbooks. He was also concerned that according to “Trumpet” magazine, the percentage of American students planning to pursue engineering degrees had dropped from 36% to 6% over the past decade. The final straw that prompted him to board the plane was a statement from his beloved Oprah, who mentioned on primetime television that high school students in the US had placed 24th in international tests. of mathematics. He denied that the book he was carrying was a set of instructions, but rather a single book on experimental science. He claimed that the book was thought-provoking and entertaining in nature and was just what American students needed. He argued that Amazon had already been selling the book for some time at an exorbitant price, well beyond the reach of the average American student and without the author’s permission.

(This strange message was passed on to IIPCAG for investigation.) His intention was to find an honest American publisher and sell the book for ten times less. Then a strange chant began: “U – UK and U – America, no – delay, metri – cate!”

The agents concluded that, although the terrorist had been deprived of a lawyer and a doctor, he should be admitted for psychiatric observation …

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