NASA creates a time machine for exploration

Written by King Kong

Friday, 14 December 2018

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LOGIC NEWS: NASA has released the first images of data collected from the Spectra 1 and Spectra 2 time rovers sent into the future 3.2 million years from now. Spectra 1 was sent to Mars while Spectra 2 was sent to Earth.

The time rovers successfully reached their destinations after almost seven months travelling through time.

Tom Armstrong, project manager at NASA's Signal Laboratory, said: "The Spectra team can celebrate tonight, now that we know the time rovers deployed their data analysis systems and their communications systems and are recharging their batteries."

The rovers communicated with advanced lifeforms in the future, both on Mars and on Earth.

The US space agency tweeted one photograph, showing the three types of advanced species of creatures dominating the distant future.

The Mars time rover relayed images of the the planet Mars from its landing site, known as Tierra Lunera, at 4:30am GMT. The images show a city under blue skies. It's believed the atmosphere was produced by terraforming. There is a large ocean on the planet with snow covered mountains.

The Type A lifeforms are the only species that inhabit Mars and they're extremely advanced.

The Type B and Type C lifeforms live on Earth.

The Type B lifeforms live in underground cities constructed of artificial materials. They produce specific variations of food and minerals in their underground cities and they have large underground water reservoirs. They also use artificial UV light in their cities which they use to produce enegry through their skins.

The Type C lifeforms live in the jungles of Earth. They manufacture their resources from the surrounding, natural environment. They also convert sunlight to energy using their skin.

None of the three types of species show any signs of aggressive behavior.

The rovers didn't detect human life on Mars or on Earth, though it's believed those three advanced lifeforms descended from a humanoid class thousands of years ago that developed from early human beings.

As explained by the Type C lifeforms, the three distinct humanoid species are called Celebrium Bipedals and are vertebrates within the ancient class Humoid Bipedal Celebria clade of endothermic amniotes distinguished from extinct human beings by the possession of a suprema neocortex, large eyes, hairless bodies, no middle ear bones, no human noses, no external ears, and no mammary glands.

They possess small stomachs that can process high energy foods. The type B and C tend to eat specialized forms of high energy food on rare occasions as part of their genetic disposition.

Their bodies have the ability to store or produce water. Their bodies can also produce essential proteins and they store minerals in specialized organs. They have specialized fat cells which store high energy. They don't attain any nutrients from animal sources.

The Type A lifeforms manufacture specialized nutrients on Mars for storage, but they prefer using UV sunshine to produce enegry through their specialized skin cells. Unlike the other two species Type A can go without food for months because of a specialized organ that converts hydrogen in the air into energy through pores in the skin.

They have the ability to breathe through their skins, even though they possess small lungs. They typically drink mineral water once a week and excrete their waste, in the form of gas fumes, emitted through large pores on their calves.

"We expected this sort of outcome because of our knowledge of evolutionary science, unlike the first fish that walked on land would've ever guessed that one of his descendants would be an upright creature that would walk on the moon one day," Tom Armstrong continues, "There are 14 million years up ahead that will give a totally different outcome, that will be more bizarre, from what we have found now."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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