October 28, 2018

The Chances of Anything Coming From Mars Are a Million to One He Said

It's been a week from hell and you may be asking yourself "What next?!"

This is next...

For the past few weeks, while we've been distracted by hurricanes, lunatics and blacklists, astronomers have been observing plumes coming from the Arisa Mons volcano on Mars. 'Top Men' have concluded that this steam coming out of the top of a volcano is not, in fact volcanic. The leading publicly discussed theories seem to be the seasonal sublimation of a dust covered glacier or clouds condensing around water droplets blown off the volcano.

Of course, gentle readers, we have watched enough of the Discovery Channel to know that a fuzzy picture means Bigfoot, UFOs or worse and I think we are all well read enough to grasp what the sighting of anomalous plumes on Mars right before Halloween really means. 


Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 01:59 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 Fortunately, I live nowhere near Grovers Mill. signed, 2X2L

Posted by: Wonderduck at Mon Oct 29 03:08:23 2018 (9gv+L)

2 'duck, these are "Body Snatcher" types, so chances are they're all around you already. These plumes have been going on for a while, so I would guess about 45% of the country is already being controlled.

Posted by: Ben at Mon Oct 29 09:55:34 2018 (osxtX)

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