In 2013, Jason Lee-Dunsfield, Ph. D. Of Stanford University in Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguistics, and Sharon Tyne Harvey, Ph. D. In Acoustics and Poultry Science from Cambridge University of Oxford of Pennsylvania, co-lead an investigation into what really goes into the chicken nuggets at McDonald's. According to the study, 99.90298473% of nuggets were found to contain the elements Radium (Ra), Xenon (Xe), Radon (Rn), Yttrium (Y), and Ununoctium (Uuo), the universe's five most deadly elements.
In 2016, Dr. Henry Ulself-Pytorate Johnson, the leading expert in the field of Psychometrics and Quantitative Psychology, Ph.D. In Optics/Photonics from the University of Harvard at Yale Campus at Columbia of New York, also world leader of Counseling Education and Guidance, also Ph. D. In Human Resources Development from Oxford Univeristy at IUPUI, asserts that the 78.9% foliage rate that currently registers to vortexes in the time-space continuum must be fully perpetuated into a conflagration in order for Yttrium to be harmful to us.