If you didn’t catch it, a flying chicken in Vancouver quickly soared to viral status this week, thanks to multiple posts on social media. It (naturally) left people scratching their heads, and now, the story behind it has come out.
Turns out, the chickens were created by SIMULATE NUGGS, a company that makes the “world’s most advanced plant-based nuggets”. And, it was a marketing campaign meant to show that you can build a robot with the ‘exact specs’ of a regular chicken, and then make that thing fly.
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So, while this isn’t one of nature’s miracles, it does add credence to another conspiracy theory. That’s right folks, we’re talking about the fact that no birds are real, they’re just surveillance drones created by the government big corporations. The panopticon is real, and it’s bird-based!!!
Nah, just kidding, we don’t actually believe that. Even still, we have to give credit where credit is due, because this flying chicken in Vancouver stunt really took the internet by storm, and the story behind it is fun as well!
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