CAIRO, Egypt – A group of celestial scientists at Cairo’s prestigious Sandman University have just made a remarkable discovery.
The group leader, Dr. Abudabees Bakmani, informed the Cairo news media that his group has just discovered three pyramids on the planet Jupiter.
He stated that the pyramids, which appear to be about 4,590 years old, all look very much like the ancient pyramids of Egypt.
The one difference that the scientists noted was that, unlike normal Egyptian pyramids, that are made of limestone, these appear to be made out of a hard Styrofoam-type substance that is only found on Jupiter and in West Virginia.
He did add that also, unlike the Egyptian pyramids, none of the Jupiterian pyramids had any graffiti on them.
This puzzling matter leads the group of scientists to concur that there are probably no teenagers on the planet Jupiter.
Meanwhile, the group of scientists have contacted the Ah So Telescope Company in Yokohama, Japan about purchasing a bigger telescope.
They hope to get a much better view of the trio of pyramids, that have been nicknamed Moe, Larry, and Curly, in honor of the American comedy trio the "Three Stooges".