Mad Scientist Sues General Electric

An angry scientist in Jacksonville Florida has filed a $5 million lawsuit against General Electric. She alleges the company took electricity produced at the site of her lab without compensating her. “This is a gross abuse of the buy-back system,” said Dr. Nicole Tulsa. “I’m very, very angry, I dare say livid.”

The enraged woman of science has organized a grassroots campaign to boycott the company, called “Take Back the Light.” General Electric employees have joined her effort and gone on strike.  “We’re sick of these light weights pushing us around,” said one man.  Next week the rock band AC/DC will play a benefit concert to raise money for the group.


Stampworthy attempted to contact General Electric official at their headquarters in Fairfield, Connecticut, but the doors were locked, despite the variety of illuminated bulbs inside the building.

Dr. Tulsa hopes people will begin holding their local power providers accountable for shady practices. “There may be a light on at the end of the tunnel, but you have to ask yourself if seeing is really believing,” she says.


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