NASA Sound Equipment Picks Up Snake Hissing Sounds On Jupiter

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 23 December 2013

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Some Southwestern rattlesnakes can spit out venom as far away as 105 yards.

HOUSTON - NASA is reporting that some extremely high tech sound equipment that it sent up to the planet Jupiter in April of 2009, has picked up what appears to be a snake hissing sound.

Several of NASA's expert scientists have gotten together with a Sony Records Record Producer and they have all come to the conclusion that the sound greatly resembles the sound of a female rattlesnake when it is getting ready to strike out at someone or something.

Dr. Heinrich Von Heinrich, a leading world scientist, said that he himself is 99.2 percent sure that the hissing sound is coming from a female rattlesnake.

If in fact that assumption is correct then it will prove that the planet Jupiter is inhabited by a form of reptilian life and is not 100 percent desolate as many scientists had incorrectly believed.

To view over 127 photos of poisonous rattlesnakes found in the Southwest United States go to

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