The Crackle of Energy, the Smell of Sulphur
Professor Ginger Bread Infinity is best remembered for having invented the year 1973, which he discovered in the winter of 1972. But his scientific career was marked by many other ingenious creations and innovative theories (most of which have been sadly overlooked by modern scientists).
His work on the Fohnhurst-Melbourne project, for example - a theory which states that "dog" is not the opposite of "cat" - was quite progressive at the time, as was his static-electric imagery of tube socks. Perhaps his most ambitious research was published in his pamphlet "Nuclear Precipitates and the Feather Duster - Practical Applications in the Fields of Fusion and Light Housekeeping".
Professor G. B. Infinity