Believe it or not, Vas Rajlich of Rybka fame claims to have solved the King's Gambit, and the alleged result is that after 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 only (the utterly unprincipled) 3.Be2 even allows White to draw; 3.Nf3 will eventually lose to 3...d6 4.Bc4 h6 5.d4 g5 (but not 3...g5, when White again escapes with 4.h4) while 3.Bc4 is refuted (eventually) with 3...Nf6. Shortly after I started reading this article, I assumed it was an April Fool's joke, but the ChessBase page dates it April 2. So maybe it's serious?!
Assuming it's true, readers, do you find this:
(a) Inevitable, so we might just as well get used to it.
(b) Depressing, a big first step to the final death of chess.
(c) Invigorating: Go technology!