The CDC (Centers for Dassault Control and Prevention) are on high alert the next two weeks for a predicted outbreak of the highly contagious disease known as Assimilative Synchronous Directus Editoidosis.
This highly infectious disease has crossed traditional vectors of transmission pathways into new areas of contagious transmissible behaviors and therefore the CDC issues a critical warning for all SolidWorks users.
In addition to contact with prior infected individuals contact with any keyboard or PC or viewing a monitor attached that contains the ASDE (Assimilative Synchronous Directus Editoidosis) virus must also be avoided at all costs to remain disease free. The CDC also recommend that videos in diverse places such as YouTube which may have also been exposed to ASDE should be avoided. The CDC maintains that YouTube type exposures can lead to lessened awareness on the part of SolidWorks users increasing the potential for risky behavior resulting in increased rates of contamination from primary computing vectors.
The CDC maintains that this is not treatable at this time. They are working towards a cure in the future with something called CGM (Concentrated Geometric Masochism) but conflicting reports on results are all that is known about this. It’s efficacy has not been proven by the CDC and while they say that they are aware of the need at this time they are experiencing few concrete results to comment on. They are hopeful however for the future and with years of experience behind them they are certain the answers are at hand.
In the mean time the unaffiliated Solid Edge Research Labs in Huntsville, Alabama have produced a remarkable technological breakthrough outside of the auspices of the CDC. SERL (Solid Edge Research Labs) has produced a complete cure for this with a 100% success rate of fighting the infection through a revolutionary inoculation they have developed. Proven with years of rigorous field testing their clinics will begin serious distribution of this product next week and the first major treatment center will open its doors next Tuesday, 6-25-13.
It is not to late to get in the initial queue to be inoculated and here is the contact info for the clinic.
For those of you interested in the science behind the inoculation procedures I recommend the following two links.