CEO -"What happened here?"
Random Engineer- "... Itís all relative to an individualís perspective sir. Some call it the great recession, others call it the housing market bubble, I call it the black hole."
CEO -"How can we avoid it?"
Same Random Engineer-"Well that is simple however few will agree with me. Just donít invest in material goods that hold their value indefinitely even though their structural integrity is not maintained. Law of thermodynamics has shown us that everything wants to go to a higher energy state in turn causing decay and instability."
CEO -"English Please."
A Different Random Engineer -"You sure chief? Your CFO which currently lies at the bottom of this pit asked the same question. See as it stands we are not doing so good financially."
"...and thats why you dont allow a anti-hydrogen cube at zero point energy to rapidly evaporate and come in contact with regular matter."
"So our ZPE-Electric Vehicle is of the project list?"
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