When over 23,000 students at 30 schools in 13 U.S. States and the Island of Curacao recently attempted to solve The Great Copy Machine Epidemic of 2008 they came up with some very creative, fascinating ideas about the strange, contagious disease causing school photocopiers everywhere to chew up trees and spit them out as paper, contributing to global warming and deforestation in the process.
But a crisis this large is impossible for even the most committed group of student scientists to solve on their own, and even with the generous help of an internationally renowned expert on rare diseases like Dr. Oleg C. Kalapushkenitz.
Which is precisely why the folks at Copy Crisis Headquarters are asking TreeHuggers everywhere to help uncover which contagious disease is behind it all by casting their vote for the winning entry this Earth Day.
Perhaps it's "Carbon Footprint Swollenitis", "Treeberculosis", "Cough-a-Polluza", "Consumption" or one of the many other intriguing diagnoses submitted by schools.
So cast your vote to determine which school's crisis team solved The Great Copy Machine Epidemic of 2008!
via:: Copy Crisis HQ