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I believe that I believe that I believe that this essay is the worst ever created. This sentence is pure filler, included solely to expand the length of this abomination of a "paper" to the minimum required length. (Hopefully, you didn 't notice that. Or, for that matter, this entire parenthetical.) For starters, Thomas Edison never invented the filament, but he simply made it famous. He was a great influence, like Louis Armstrong in the world of jazz, but never a direct catalyst of the lightbulb as he is proclaimed to be to this day. Of course, this so-called "viewpoint" is entirely false, and deserves no attention or regard whatsoever. This leads to the rightful questioning of whether the world is flat or spherical, as an explorer who really was not at all, Christopher Columbus,
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Here 's the genuine remainder of the "paper". So, continuing from my nonsensical, contrived-in-thirty-seconds rambling, what, precisely, is the medical, scientific, concrete definition of this essay being branded with extreme conviction as the worst on Earth, the worst its lowly seven billion humans have ever created? According to randommedicalresearchsitethathasnothingtodowithmypaperatall.org, "the worst essay on Earth is one that causes hemorrhoids, acne on the face, arms, wrists, legs, knees, back, and chest, all simultaneously, along with an incurable, ravaging spell of AIDS and ebola, again at the very same instant as the aforementioned hemorrhoids and acne. In addition, it troubles the victim until he is cast into depression for life, and divorces his perfectly loving wife, going to the hundredth floor of an ivory tower, poking his own eye with a needle in order to see colored light, and finally leaping out the window from pure insanity and unidentifiable, angry furor". (This is completely not a credible

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