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Tuesday, 18 February 2014

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The moon flints are about the size of M&M's.

MERRITT ISLAND, Florida - The Kennedy Space Center has just stated that The Hubble Space Telescope which is out in space has just made an interesting discovery regarding the moon.

According to Virgo Coopercastle the official spokesperson for the KSC the telescope has just spotted little pieces of flint which are about the size of M&M's.

The little flint stones are normal looking but it is believed that they could possess an element that if it comes into contact with a moon rock the size of a tennis ball the friction could ignite and cause a catastrophic fire.

This warning comes from noted scientist Dr. Heinrich Von Heinrich who is one of the world's leading scientists.

President Obama recently stated that Dr. Von Heinrich, who like himself is a Chicago Bulls fan, has an IQ of 217, which is about 201 points higher than Justin Bieber's IQ.

SIDENOTE: The Kennedy Space Center will assign three of its top employees to monitor the moon flint 24/7.

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