How being BAD can Save your life?


30 February, 0076: Many news channels reported that a live wire electrocuted an entire passenger bus leading to the death of 39 people on board. But all the sources had shared the incomplete news and just according to our reliable promise, we hereby, bring to you the full story regarding what happened in Iceland when THE LIVE WIRE electrocuted the bus.
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After a luxury passenger bus left the capital of Reykjavik it was caught in a thunderstorm when a tree was uprooted and it fell on an electric post which in turn fell on another, which in turn fell on another,which in turn fell on another,which in turn fell on another,which in turn fell on another,which in turn fell on another,which in turn fell on another,which in turn fell on another, and the next one slammed on to the bus while the electric wires radiating our  of the post electrocuted the entire passenger and literally toasted all the passengers within with utmost efficiency of an Eco friendly toaster. However it was later investigated out that the conductor of the bus did not die in the disastrous disaster. He somehow managed to escape out of the eager electrical currents excited to electrocute any human in its circuit. On a little more intense investigation done by the reporters of our newspaper we found out that the conductor was actually known for cheating and earning money in anti-social activities. In other words, he was a BAD CONDUCTOR.

After consulting a few physicists we were confirmed that he was such a bad conductor that even he did not conduct 1000000000 volts of current. We would like to narrate this story again anad again to stress upon the fact that Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining and “Bad is actually Good.”(when it comes to electrodynamics).

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
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