Science to announce discovery of life on Mercury!

Scientists at the Obama Space Center are set to announce the discovery of life on the planet closest to the Sun.

Their statement was made in response to news reports that NASA was about to announce the discovery of life on Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons ( ).

“Just because they have a bigger budget, they think they’re the only space agency in town,” said Jango Densely, director of the Obama Space Center. “Then they go and paste up a headline that gets everybody all excited: Is There Life on Europa?  But then you read the damn thing, and what it says is that they’ve noticed ‘activity that may be–may be!–related to the presence of a subsurface ocean on Europa.’ What a load of bull! Why don’t NASA just stick to pushing Climate Change, and leave the real space exploration to us?”

According to unreliable but really kind of cool sources, the Obama Space Center plans to steal NASA’s thunder by announcing their discovery of “tiny little people” on the planet Mercury, “living in tiny little cities with tiny little buildings.”

“This is important because it proves that nothing in the Bible is true,” said a scientist who didn’t want to be named. “Only stuff that Darwin said is true. And now Attorney General Loretta Lunch–er, Lynch–is studying the possibility of investigating and prosecuting anyone who practices Evolution Denial.”

An even more confidential source said, “Don’t listen to any of them. All they found was an old Life Magazine up there.”

3 comments on “Science to announce discovery of life on Mercury!

  1. Funding comes from headlines, not science. The stupidity of evolutionists is in their inability to see the shadow of God behind everything they use to prove what cannot be proven.

  2. A group of scientists just cloned a “human” being and told God: “We don’t need You anymore.” God answered: “Okay. But first, let’s be sure. We’ll have a contest to see who can make one like you.” The scientists said, fine, and picked up a handful of dirt. God then said: “Oh no – that’s MY dirt.”

  3. Every now and then an article trends about an “earth-like” planet or life on another planet that are full of maybes, possibly, and could-be. I think NASA does it just to drum up interest in their dilapidated space program. Private space programs like Space-X has been stealing their thunder.

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