There are many obscure organizations well hidden within the UW campus. They are kept from the public view so that they can perform actual work. People working in these organizations are the ones who keep UW running without any disruptions. Many of the UW students know of the existence of most of these groups. However, there is one group that works harder than any other. It is located in the 7th floor of MC and is shrouded with secrecy, that is, until now. For the first time, the work of the f(x) Files, a team of expert investigators, will be revealed to the public. The following are what the f(x) Files team is currently concentrating on.
On a recent morning, a vigilant mathie was wandering in the corridors of the 3rd floor of MC. In the middle of his walk, he discovered something so unusual it is beyond belief — the real-time lab was empty. There was no trace of human activity within the room at the time. Members of the f(x) Files raced to the scene and performed a thorough investigation. Early lab results have shown that the empty lab may be the result of ...
The f(x) Files personnel are working around the clock to find the reason behind the disappearance of students taking real-time. If it is revealed that the students are only out to enjoy the summer activities, then that will be the end of the investigation. However, if it is proven that the students were brought into another dimension, members of the f(x) Files will do everything to put the students back where they belong.
As most of you know, in a recent space shuttle mission, the new Canadarm2 was used in outer space for the first time. Scientists proclaimed that it was a monumental achievement. However, transportation was not the only job Canadarm2 performed in the mission.
From the archive of the f(x) Files it was revealed that the astronauts had a lot of down time towards the end of the space mission, so they decided to have a little fun. The astronauts pitted the Canadarm2 against its older brother, the original Canadarm, in an arm wrestling match. The original Canadarm won the match. However, the astronaut controlling Canadarm2 was not impressed and demanded a rematch. In this match, the newer Canadarm2 was victorious. However, the joint of the original Canadarm was hyperextended and some of the circuits of Canadarm2 were cut off. So the crew had to put the arm back into the space shuttle manually. According to the astronauts on board, this was the real reason behind the space shuttle's delayed re-entry into the Earth.
Jason "the Screamer" Lau
Keeping an eye for mysterious events in and out of UW