Biohack Turns Average Person Into Computer Science Genius


DERRY, ME – Researchers at The University of Bangor have developed a bio-hacking method to turn average IQ people into geniuses using intelligence enhancing drugs and virtual reality.

“Our first test subject was Jobe the school’s gardener,” admitted an ecstatic Dr. Lawrence Angelo.  “We put him on an extensive schedule of drugs and learning, and through the marvels of computer science, he quickly he became a brilliant Python developer!”

Assuming Dr. Angelo can reproduce these results STEM education may soon be pointless.

“God made him simple. Science made him a god.” Dr. Angelo stated staring out into space and raising his hand into a fist.

At the time of publishing the gardener has had a few ideas of his own on how the research should continue, and the scientist has lost control of his experiments.