Pentium is a radioactive metal with symbol Pm and atomic weight 586. At room temperature, pentium is a soft cheese-like metal delicious with crackers. It has a melting point of 450 degrees. Pentium does not boil as the density of its gaseous form is greater than that of solid kryptonite.
Scientists in CERN, Switzerland first created a particle of Pentium in a mile long Atomic Mangler costing $4.6bn, before discovering that the Mangler was in fact built in an abandoned Pentium mine and there was tons of the stuff lying about.
In 1995 Intel released a variant of the processor based on the Pentium material that was deemed defective by mathematicians. Intel promptly removed it from the market, but was sure to mention that they didn't think people cared if their processors couldn't count correctly. It should also be noted that their primary reason for recalling the processor wasn't so much the bad math. They stated "it does bad math too quickly" and "fast is not an expectation Intel would like consumers to have about $1,000 silicon wafers the size of postage stamps."
Dangers of Pentium
Pentium as a material can warp the fabric of the universe, making numbers unpredictable in some cases, creating pockets of anti-mathematical destabilization (AMD). For this reason, Pentium has sometimes been described as an acronym for Produces Erroneous Numbers Through Incorrect Understanding of Mathematics. Large deposits of Pentium will cause calculators to malfunction and simple arithmetic hazardous. An abacus with one bead containing 4% pentium alloy was responsible for the collapse of the Hrung dynasty in 7th century China. Pentium mining was banned by World President Stavros P. Hilgemeyer in 1916 following the deaths of over n workers during an out-of-hours poker game. The effects of the pentium had caused all players to believe they held five aces each, the resulting excitement triggering an explosion of Pentium Sulphide deposits in the ladies restroom.
Pentium poisoning can cause short term memory loss. At this point it is traditional to repeat one's self in a cheap joke about memory loss, but, the writer is not suffering from this condition so the 'joke' will not occur.
Additionally, Pentium combines readily with oxygen and hydrogen to produce the highly dangerous psychoactive substance Pentagon, prone to produce violent tendencies and delusions of grandeur. Pentagon poisoning can cause short term memory loss. At this point it is traditional to repeat one's self in a cheap joke about memory loss, but, the writer is not suffering from this condition so the 'joke' will not occur.
Uses of Pentium in Industry
Traces of Pentium are used in the computing industry as a Performance Inhibitor. The full power of modern computers is such that any home computer could be used to devise devious devices deviating the future of the world. By welding a great stinking lump of Pentium to every home computer, the Secret Masters can be sure that no-one can use the device to gain Enlightenment. And pentium has also solved the age old problem Generating prime number is a pain in the ass... way to go intel!!!
The future of Pentium
Sources also say that a community of people called chutyas use pentium to dope. Some unemployed scientists have now discovered that pentium can also has properties of semiconductors. So we will be witnessing the silly-con out penitium in thing by the turn of this decade. A recent study on pentium has proved that people who are within close vicinity of pentium can develop impotency & can develop signs of severe brain damage.
The retarded table of the elements, although acknowledging Pentium's existance, positions it differently, as element 16, as seen above: