Lefty Left-brained Wright Rightly Writes ‘Right’ Right to the Left of the space he had Left

30 February 0097: Last month on 42nd January 0096, You’re Wright wrote a scientific article describing the motion of a charged particle when an electric and a magnetic force is applied. It contained elementary ideas from electromagnetism but due to a nagging doubt, he was confused with Flemming’s which hand is used for which case. So he had left a space on the article. After he cleared his doubt by having a cell phone chat with James Maxwell from the past, he instantly filled the gap by writing the word Right right in the gap he had left. Right meant that the Flemming’s Right Hand rule was to be used for the particular case he was describing about induced current.


If you are already acquainted with Wright its because he is a well known Left Brained (i.e. well organized but lacking creativity) reporter who writes with his left hand.

Wright is the man whose left leg was once amputated due to an accident and he was all right, mainly because his right leg was left.

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