|CHAPTER 11 There was an incredibly big VIP named aAl,
2 Who had a bbig brain,
3 And some big ideas about physics,
4 cThat changed the world,
5 And probably destroyed it too.
CHAPTER 21 Al got the idea that all of the physics that had been discovered since the beginning of time was wrong,
2 And decided to dprove it,
3 Which he did by showing that time is not absolute,
4 But relative,
6 fApparently, Al also proved that it was possible to build an atom bomb,
7 gBecause if you multiply the speed of light by itself, you get a very very big number that can be used to hsmash an atom,
9 Which results in a very very big noise,
CHAPTER 31 When he saw where his ideas were leading, Al went to bed to think it over,
2 And fell asleep,
3 And had a jdream,
4 In which the katom bomb appeared before him,
||5 And spoke,
6 In a reassuring voice.
CHAPTER 41 Don't blame yourself (said the A-bomb) for the things that will come to pass,
2 Including myself,
3 Which, to be honest, is not the best thing that could have been done with your ideas,
4 lBut remember that nobody is really any better than anyone else,
5 And so if it hadn't been you, it would have been somebody else,
7 mAfter all, the race of Man has been looking for bigger, sharper pointed sticks since he came down out of the trees,
8 nAnd he's been pretty ingenious about finding them,
9 And using them,
10 Which he always does,
11 oWithout exception.
12 Besides, who are you to decide what should be done, and what shouldn't be done,
13 What should be known, and what shouldn't be known?
14 If there is a God, maybe this is his plan,
15 One that's been in the making ever since the pflood didn't work.
16 qWho are you to say?
CHAPTER 51 And besides, what's the big deal?