Scientists Discover ‘The Hokey Pokey’ Is What It’s All About



SCIENTISTS in Trinity College Dublin have concluded yesterday that ‘The Hokey Pokey’ is actually what its all about, after discovering a Mathematical equation to prove so.

The formula {(RH)RH+(RH)+Shake(RH(H)R)+ HP+180degrees = TWIAA} which translates: “You put your right hand in, You put your right hand out,You put your right hand in, And you shake it all about, You do the hokey pokey and you turn yourself around. That’s what it’s all about” is said to be one of the biggest breakthroughs in the study of spacial relativity and Universal Mathematics.

Commercial organisations and education Institutes are likely to market the new idea and its formula within the next few years. But the scientists behind the research warn that there should be a public debate on the ethical implications behind such a ground-breaking development.

A trinity college spokesman said today that they are still in the ‘early stages’ of the discovery and have yet ‘a long way to go yet before cracking the Hokey Pokeys full potential’.

Earlier trial tests showed that when the right hand was in, compared to when the right hand is out, they couldn’t do the Hokey Pokey and shake it all about.

Professor John Clapton explained the method in a press conference today: “It wasn’t until we extended, and kept, the right hand out, we realised we could shake it all about. We then found, after several more tests,  that we cracked the hokey Pokey by turning ourselves around, and that’s what it was all about.

“Oh Hokey Pokey Pokey. OOOooohhh Hokey Pokey Pokey. Oooohh Hokey Pokey Cokey.” he added. “Thats what it was all about.”

Every basic movement carried out in the Hokey Pokey has a matching anti-movement. The anti-movement of the right hand extending out has the reverse action of the right hand coming back in, but an opposite meaning to it. The ‘right hand in’ is not to be confused with the ‘right hand out’.

Up until now, the model predicted a small preference toward having the right hand in over having the right hand out, but not enough to explain the whole shaking it all about.

Consequently, the results of the Trinity college findings. could soon be confirmed and expanded to the ‘right leg in’ and the ‘right leg out’, forming the basis for a new or amended quantum Hokey Pokey theory were all limbs can be shaken all about.