Fake Science Fair Project: Teddy Bear Birth Defects

What happens when Pure Evil contaminates the drinking water of pregnant teddy bears? Dr. Allison Lonsdale of the Institute for Dangerous Research decided to find out. These were her procedures:

1. A sample of Pure Evil was obtained from the ruins o f an exploded toaster in the south of England.
2. Pure Evil was administered, via drinking water, to pregnant laboratory teddy bears for the duration of their pregnancy (4 months).
3. Dosage varied from 0 parts per million (ppm) to 1000ppm, titrating upwards by steps of 100pm.
4. Offspring were euthanized and mounted for display.

As you can see from the picture above, Pure Evil has serious teratogenic effects on teddy bears.

Link -via Boing Boing | Lonsdale's Blog | Photo: Jerry Abuan

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