/ Big news from Mars
What could it be?
Beagle 2 remains?
Doesn't, in fact, help you work, rest AND play ?
Evidence of Malacandra? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_of_the_Silent_Planet
> Organic compounds.
Left by the Russians/Little Green Men who got there first, got caught short and had to take a wild one?
My guess is that it's an ant. From observation in many countries I've concluded that there are more ants on earth than atoms in the universe, so statistically some are bound to have found their way over to Mars. It's probably one of those.
I remember reading a sci fi short story many years ago where basically mars was once poulated by large ants which had made it to earth and evolved to be smaller to cope with gravity.
WW2 bomber, the one previously on the moon?
I've heard it's Lord Lucan cantering around on Sheregar
Absolutely stunning news! Apparently, NASA are poised to announce the discovery of life in the form of an extraterrestrial feline!
A spokesman confirmed that, in the early hours of this morning, the rover found a Martian moggie but, tragically, immediately ran it over... Curiosity literally killed the cat.
Curiosity literally killed the cat.
Probably for the best, the latest series of Red Dwarf isn't anything like as good as the earlier stuff.
> Left by the Russians/Little Green Men who got there first, got caught short and had to take a wild one?
The argument about where the organic compounds came from will rage for decades.
GET OUT OF THERE
The chances of anything coming from Mars are a million to one - but still they come
I've got no idea what it could be but I'm eagerly awaiting. I really hope they aren't a bunch of killjoys and deflate the excitement with some claim that ends up being false or refuted by others in the scientific community. I hope it's some solid evidence. If it rewrites history I will be celebrating for sure. Imagine the impact it could have on the consciousness and beliefs of those who think we are the only beings in our universe(s)... pretty exciting... but I'm not going to get my hopes up just yet... I'll just cross my fingers for now.
I wonder if it's the spare car keys I lost the other day. I've looked everywhere else for them.
I thought the G Spot was located in shopping malls.
It'll be a rock...
or a Banksy original =)
> It'll be a rock...>
Aye, and I'll bet there's a sodding bolt in it.
Definitely Illuminati/Masons. Everyone knows they run the solar system.
Beagle 2's mission was to place a solitary footprint where Curiosity was due to land and then to go and hide........
Piltdown Man - he emigrated there.
that's one great hop for man...
I reckon it's one of Si O'Connor's V14s, in the Outer Outer Hebrides - grade confirmed apparently.
Is it the black cat in the black box?
> Is it the black cat in the black box?
Yes and No......Oh sorry, wrong cat!
Is it thunderbird 3?
> Yes and No......Oh sorry, wrong cat!
excellent feedline/punchline work there chaps :)
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