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Quantum Polygraph Unveiled

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An Historic Start to the Month of April

QUEEN CITY — Researchers at Opon University have announced a polygraph that detects physiological changes in test subjects using quantum sensing. A polygraph is popularly known as a lie detector test. Quantum sensing is advanced sensor technology that leverages principles of quantum mechanics.

“The device still needs calibration,” reported lead researcher Dr. Emily Nicholson, “if we read aloud popular science articles about quantum computing it keeps detecting false statements.”

“I think it’s good to go,” countered junior researcher Leonard Myers, who was probably not authorized to comment, “we need to wrap up this project and get started on quantum fertilizer.”

Pre-ordering your very own quantum polygraph commences on April 1, 2022. Each unit comes with a handwritten greeting card wishing you a very happy April Fools’ Day.

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