Written by Al N.
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Topics: Scientists, Earth, Pluto

Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Pluto had zero sympathy for Earth's latest planetary designation.

Science Town, USA Scientists were astonished when they revealed to the press their most recent scientific discovery.

"Earth is actually an artificial satellite created by an alien culture and was used as a movie set in a D-movie eons ago" spoke the scientist.
"We received the tip when we received a call and the Caller ID said Andromeda Galaxy. We thought that was kind of strange so we were going to let it go right through to voice mail when something told me, wait, maybe I should get this. And I'm really glad I did! It was an alien all right!"

The scientist spoke on saying "The Andromedan explained about Earth being an old movie set and then he said that they get all our old broadcasts and knew we were having a tough time with that creation thing. That's why they decided to break their silence and call because they just can't take another PBS Nova about how the Earth began."

After that the scientists invited him for coffee sometime and he said maybe if Earth ever gets rid of all the methane.

After receiving the hot tip, scientists investigated on the theory that Earth was an artificial construct, and sure enough, they found a plate in the Atlantic Ocean with the Model Number and Serial Number.

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