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SCIENTISTS – “WE ARE THE CREATIONISTS”

 

Scientists at a government department have denied claims that they are "playing God" by carrying out research into the feasibility of creating a "fully functioning, self aware" automaton.

The Department for the Advancement of Sciences issued a statement last night saying that its work will benefit society as a whole, and likened the criticism to the dark days of misinformation based on ignorance.

The source said the direction of the work carried out by the scientists will be central to the showcase presented at Tomorrow's World Today Expo on May 6th.

While some campaigners take issue with the government over what they call the ‘unwise employment of technology’, others claim that attempts to stop people inventing things at home smacks of double standards.

Many believe that if last weeks leak is true, the evolution of mankind is about to move to the next phase, and it is something many fear could lead to civil unrest on a global scale.

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A group claiming to represent the interest of inventors is planning a counter-demonstration at the event, saying that the traditionalist view will set the development of science back years.

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The current economic conditions have led to a thriving cottage industry with home inventors, producing a plethora of devices, some domestic and others quite dangerous. Health and safety campaigners believe is behind the recent crackdown on salvage yards selling decommissioned ordinance.

A spokesman for the Church of England said the choice of venue itself was ‘an indication of the path that science has chosen to take society.’

The London Gazette has been told that the event will represent a change in fortune for the British public – only time will tell.

 

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LONDON SCIENTISTS SHOCK CIVILISED WORLD:
COULD WE MANUFACTURE CLOCKWORK MAN?

 

London and the civilised world was in uproar today as news was leaked that - if true - shakes the foundations of everything that we currently understand to be true.

For some time now, the Government's Department for the Advancement of Sciences has been working with engineers and scientists to develop the cutting edge of new medical devices - clockwork limbs, artificial lungs and other more strange and experimental devices - many of which have proved to have been of great benefit to our heroic veterans of the Saryn War.

However, this morning, a more startling breakthrough has been announced: That inventors and engineers funded by The Department for the Advancement of Sciences have, for the past four years, been working on a fully functioning, self-aware automaton. Progress, it is rumoured, has been swift and smooth - and they are thought to be ready to unveil the relevant designs and prototypes at the upcoming "Tomorrows World, Today!" exhibition on the 6th March, at the offices of the London Necropolis Company, Arch No. 10. Bermondsey St Tunnel, London. SE1.

So far, there has been public amazement and outcry, particularly from senior members of the Church of England, who have expressed deep concern at the possible theological implications; and have assured the public that they will be sending representatives to the exhibition.

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Clarence House has remained characteristically silent on the matter, but it is certain the swift development of new medical procedures will not go un-noticed by physicians currently attempting to aid Her Majesty's rapidly failing health.

Emissary for the Queen, Lady Frobisher Pilbeam, is thought to be preparing a statement to deliver to the exhibition's attendees.

The London Gazette will be sending photographers and journalists to the event and will endeavour to investigate this matter thoroughly. We aim to bring you all the news as we have it.

 

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