Infinite improbability drive

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The Infinite Improbability drive is one of the most predictable, probable devices in the universe. It is always possible to figure out what it will do next, no matter how improbable it seems. Invented by "Overlord of Reality" Douglas Adams in the late 1500s. Since he was English, the device has to use a cup of tea in order to get started.

The device has become commonplace in the propulsion of motor vehicles, also called cars, Kitt, Herbie and Lada. The increasing reliance of the motor vehicle in western societies has lead to a severe demand on the worlds tea resources. Iceland the worlds main epxorter of tea and Barbecue Chicken Wings has been invaded by Belgium under the auspices of developing a WMD programme. King of Iceland, David Oddson, under permanent house arrest in New Bjork City continues to assert that their Severe Multiple Extermination Ray is part of an entirely peaceful project for the conversation with the national symbol of Iceland, the Griffin.


The Infinite Improbability drive first came to young Douglas as he was lying on a meadow at night, piss drunk, with toilet paper in hand. As recorded by historians and 3 year olds, Douglas suddenly came up with the following formula:

And with that followed the theory for the infinite improbability drive. (It's true. Check that with experts of Wikipedia.)

The Theory[edit]

Having invented the formula, he could now begin constructing an Infinite Improbability Drive. The original prototype was made of cardboard, lemons, a badger, and a vast array of plastic tubes.

By pumping the tea through plastic tubing, passing it through the lemons through use of reverse osmosis (a.k.a. sisomso), and hitting the cardboard, he could produce 100% predictable patterns of lemon tea on the cardboard.

Using this predictability, he created the modern Infinite Improbability Drive.

The Infinite Improbability Drive uses a series of operations used in Bistromathics, and by using the leftover spaghetti sauce, produces energy.

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