Brown Student Has Pretty Convincing Explanation for This Whole ‘Hurricane’ Thing

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Daniel, a student at Brown University, was just strolling through Providence, Rhode Island, yesterday, taking a look-see at the inclement weather, when local NBC reporter Alison Bologna shoved a microphone in his face and asked him what he thought of Hurricane Sandy's rapid approach.

Daniel — who is either an expert troll or has taken one too many MCM classes — proceeded to tell her that the hurricane was actually a government conspiracy.

"I mean, I wake up, people say there's a hurricane," Daniel said. "I'm still pretty skeptical. I don't really believe that there's a hurricane. I know the government wants us to think that, but think about it — the earth rotates very quickly."