About the silly sausages
Since the ice age the silly sausages have played a key role in our ecosystems, dispersing what scientists are now calling ‘sillycells’. Early days of earth there was no need for extra sillycells, as they were produced naturally, but as it began to age it emitted less and less sillycells. This declination continued until approximately 18 000 years ago, during the last ice age. At this point the sillycells began to merge with what would one day become the domestic pig. At death the pigs carcasses began the emit sillycells, sustaining the environment around it. Without this extraordinary turn of events, it is quite likely that the earth never would have survived the last ice age. Now our planet turns down the path of climate change once more, so it is more important then ever to preserve the silly sausages. We need to act now before it is too late; not only for us, but for the entire world.
Sillycells have been around since the last ice age--approximately 18 000 years ago--when they began to bond with what would one day become the domestic pig. Unknown to most, dispersed throughout a pigs anatomy are a surprisingly large amount of sillycells. Though throughout life they produce a small amount of sillycells, upon death the sillycells begin to reproduce at an alarming rate. The sillycells are then dispersed throughout their environment as pollen would, attaching themselves selves to locale plant life and helping to nurture it with ‘sillycells’. As the sillycules are dispersed through the plant they help immensely to rejuvenate it. Not only this but when dispersed through the air they can help to rid the atmosphere of both carbon dioxide and methane by first absorbing them, then using them as a form of energy to create more sillycells.
Unlike other animals the lining of a cats stomach affects the sillycells by altering their DNA in a way which forces them to stop reproducing, and in some newer cases has even been found to spread to other sillycells in the surrounding area. If the rate at which silly cells fail to reproduce continues, we can expect our climate to change drastically within the next decade. The affects of the absence of these cells has already begun to affect our climate in the last several decades resulting in what is now beginning called "Global Warming". Our top sillyologist predict that if the rate of sillycells continues to decline at this alarming rate we can expect the Arctic to completely defrost by the year 2090.