A group of brave students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has foiled a large scale government conspiracy to control the minds of its citizens.
They took it upon themselves to research the effectiveness of the tinfoil hat, the devices that have saved us all from the mind control brain waves that the government is sending. But contrary to popular belief, the hats don’t block the radio waves, but actually act as an amplifier. Logically the CIA has known this all along and actually seeded the brain control wave rumours to make its "project zombies" more effective.
"It requires no stretch of the imagination to conclude that the current helmet craze is likely to have been propagated by the government, possibly with the involvement of the Federal Communications Commission," wrote the authors of the paper entitled On the Effectiveness of Aluminium Foil Helmets: An Empirical Study.
The group tested the 3 basic hat designs: the classic over the head (aka: the punctured soccer ball), the 'fez' conical (aka: dumbo) and (my personal favourite) the 'centurion' with the foil peak (aka: silly Germany army World War 1).
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