Space - Did the Universe's founding fathers seed more than just humans during their insemination of our solar system?
A new report this weekend from the Lunar Prospector mission's on-board gamma-ray spectrometer has found 'highly significant' new Creation clues on the Moon's South Pole.
The area's controversial Aitken lunar impact crater has always been regarded by astronomers as resembling a huge space-dinosaur's footprint remains.
But latest analysis has rubbished that idea as the clearest indication yet emerges 'that it's a 2500 kilometer-wide, 13km-deep marijuana leaf fossil'.
"Bong-Hits-4-ET!" is how NASA historians described the find as YouBoob! crater footage went viral in cyberspace.
The discovery confirms theories that pre-Israelite giants - or Nephilim - described in the Old Testament as those 'whose height was as the height of cedar trees' (Amos 2:9) may have flirted with hydroponics during the Moon's early existence.
Biblical texts have always maintained that these 'Sons of God' mated with the 'Daughters of Men' - 'and may have liked to chill in between fertilization rituals' according to expurgated passages subsequently deleted on rabbinical orders.
"These guys were over ten foot tall and lived for 120 years," a NASA Jet Convulsion Laboratory geneticist commented this afternoon.
"Everything they grew for domestic sustenance would have been equally enormous given optimal growing conditions."
The findings may now accelerate the race to bring home any fossilised cannabis seed remains on the Moon for immediate genome analysis.
"Cracking that particular botanical DNA code would likely result in a Nobel Prize for er, stuff," the NASA spokesperson added.
Edwin Eugene 'Buzz' Aldrin, Jr, is 81.
With special thanks to the Spoof's Hydrogen Balloon.