The new critically acclaimed movie, Hidden Bunnies, seeks to bring to light the forgotten and disregarded efforts of a crack team of maths-genius bunny rabbits and their pivotal work in helping NASA to launch astronaut John Glenn into space.
Critics are showering the movie with praise and it is expected to sweep the oscars this year.
“For too long the incredible work of these bunnies was completely ignored but now, with the release of Hidden Bunnies, their magnificent efforts will be known by all,” says movie critic Mark Trotskier.
NASA historian Paul Kursay points out that the mathematical breakthroughs made by the NASA bunnies has been completely omitted from all histories of NASA and the space race.
“This is no doubt the result of institutional anti-bunny discrimination that allowed human men to take the credit for the genius maths work of the bunnies,” says Kursay.
“Some people think that bunnies can’t do maths, and that’s why no bunny has ever won a Fields medal. But this movie shows that bunnies are great at maths, it’s just that their work has always been stolen and attributed to non-bunnies.”
We at Dumb Times are glad that the incredible and important work of the NASA bunnies is finally being recognised.