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Topics: Space, Aliens, God, Cannabis

Wednesday, 27 May 2009

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Did God Smoke Weed In Outer Space??

Houston TX-- Stunned NASA scientists in Houston announced a shocking discovery to the world today, courtesy of the Hubble Space Telescope. A giant cloud of marijuana smoke was detected 420 million light-years away. The cloud is enormous, about twice the size of the Milky Way Galaxy, and appears to be almost as old as the Universe.

The gray cloud was assumed to be just another nebula until a detailed spectroscopic analysis was done. Like all major discoveries, it raises more questions than it answers.

Some astronomers theorize the marijuana smoke is from extra-terrestrials. It's possible there is a bunch of very stoned aliens cruising around the Universe in flying saucers. Such a theory would explain a lot about the puzzling UFO phenomenon.

Other astronomers with a religious outlook, see something else. They believe God exhaled the smoke after creating the Universe. When God rested on the seventh day, He probably lit up a trillion joints. This theory would answer many theological issues.

Further analysis of the marijuana cloud indicates the cloud is rotating. Astronomers now think the cloud will collapse on itself and form stars and planets in the distant future.

One day, an extra-terrestrial species of beings made from marijuana smoke could evolve to answer all the questions of the Universe.

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