After 1927, World scientists gather for the first time to decipher Kamalhaasan’s tweets

Chennai: Scientists from across the world have come together to solve one of the most complex and unsolvable problem – Kamalhaasan’s tweets.

'Looking at these tweets, solving Grand Unified Theory appears plausible' claimed Hawking, when he was shown tweets of Kamal.

‘Looking at these tweets, solving Grand Unified Theory appears plausible’ claimed Hawking, when he was shown tweets of Kamal.

While rest of Tamilnadu is absorbed on the events surrounding their next Chief Minister, many luxury cars had been sliding in and out of Radisson hotel near Chennai airport. A highly placed source within the second-floor restroom of the hotel told us, “These are not cars of MLAs, as most had been discussing it here. As of now, 124 scientists from across the world have landed in Chennai. All of them are Noble prize winners and the best in their fields. Most of them had solved complex issues in their respective fields. Probably, if an asteroid falls now in Chennai, the best brains would be wiped out of this world.”

When asked about the need for the situation, the source said, “I spoke with the person who is behind this sudden meet of scientists. A French mathematician named J’acque Le Blanc had chanced upon tweets of our ‘Universal Hero’ Kamal Haasan. As Blanc knew 18 languages, one of which is Tamil, he was amazed by the complexity of those tweets. Unable to comprehend anything about the tweet, he had passed the tweet contents to most of his research fellows and to his students. With none of them coming up to a solution, he had invited scientists from all over the world to meet in our city and try to decipher the tweets. Scientists have declared this also as worldwide catastrophe and epidemic, which needs to be fixed at all costs. ”

After a long wait, we somehow got J’acque online. In between his tight schedule, he was courteous enough to answer, “Vanakkam! When I first saw tweets of Kamalhaasan, which was increasing ever since December, I was amazed by the mathematical complexity of it. We can even solve mathematical problems which were unsolved for centuries, but we could not understand the cryptic messages Kamal Hassan was tweeting. It has been a month and we are still unable to decrypt even a single tweet of Kamal. Being a Kamal fan myself who is still unable to fully understand movies directed by him, I decided to host this biggest science meet of the century. This is the first time, scientists have gathered in such large numbers after 1927. No matter how many years we will take, we will try to decipher at least single tweet of Kamalhaasan. Now please excuse me, Stephen Hawking has arrived and I have to receive him.”

Meanwhile, a true Kamal fan has tweeted, “Understanding Kamal’s tweet is of paramount importance. His words always come true two decades later. If we could understand it now, then we can predict future.”

 

One Response to After 1927, World scientists gather for the first time to decipher Kamalhaasan’s tweets

  1. Super hilarious. Sometimes, I wonder even if Kamal understands what he has written.

    ARK
    March 15, 2017 at 11:08 am