For the first time ever I will now claim that scientists don’t know what they are talking about. Sure they know the answers to pretty much about everything, but when it comes to the sun, they have it all wrong. I don’t know where they got all of this malarkey about the Earth spinning and revolving around the sun at the same time. It’s pretty obvious to every single person with the sense of sight that the Earth sits still and the sun moves in regard to us. All you have to do to know that is the truth is to look up at the sky.
I can even explain why the sun moves the way it does. It’s simple actually, being the sun is a lot of work and requires a lot of energy. After awhile the sun just gets tired. Literally the sun gets exhausted and needs to take a rest. The sun’s parents didn’t raise a fool, so our friend in the sky has manners. He knows that it would be rude to just turn off his flames and take a nap where everyone can see him, so he goes off and hides on us and takes comfort in slumber.
I guess I wasn’t completely correct when I said that all scientists were wrong earlier. There is a small faction that work for the Solixir company who know what the deal is. They have known for a while how the sun works and have devised a way to harness all forms of its power. They had a team go up to the sun in this crazy fire proof/heat resistant suits to collect both it’s daytime energy and the anti-energy the sun uses to help it to relax and fall asleep (aka the sun’s sleeping pills). They used these samples to synthesize the way the sun works and have used it in their functionality beverages.
The drink I have in my hand is one that harnesses the relaxation power of the sleeping sun. The thing is that they don’t want other companies mimicking their discovery, so they don’t just come out and list “the relaxing properties of the nighttime sun” on the ingredients list. Instead they just list the other things in this beverage: chamomile flower, passionflower herb, lemon balm, jejube berry and hibiscus flower. They lightly flavored this mixture with blackberry juice and added some carbonated water to create a nice little product. The botanical blend kind of gives off a slight fennel taste, but it’s more like a memory of a fennel flavor. Overall the entire drink tastes very light. There is no sweetener in it and it tastes more like a flavored sparkling water. Knowing the potential power of this drink Solixir did the responsible thing and only put the smallest traces of the sun’s power in the drink. They didn’t want people just passing out everywhere as soon as they took a sip. In fact the drink doesn’t make you tired at all, it simply relaxes you and let’s you enjoy the day as the sun flies by overhead.
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- Jason Draper on 5/7/2012
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