We now have the strongest evidence yet that aliens and mummies are working together.
Last week, “researchers” unveiled found photos of an alien corpse that was related to the 1947 Roswell incident. The UFO community was shocked at such hard evidence, confirming what they had all believed for so long: that we are not alone, and that the government has known about the existence of extraterrestrial life for the better part of a century. Then it turned out to be a picture of a mummy of a human child.
But does that really disprove anything? Perhaps the aliens put mummies on Earth to throw us off the case. Can so-called “science” prove that isn’t true? We didn’t think so.
California is suffering a serious drought and forest fires all throughout its territory, or as they call it out there, “summer.” Today, it doesn’t seem outside the realm of possibility that at least one of those fires was set by an alien race. The SETI Institute had to shut down its Allen Telescope Array for a matter of hours because a wildfire was sweeping ever closer. In case you’re wondering, yes, SETI is that weird group that listens for communications from outer space.
Did aliens accidentally send us a nude photo and then cover it up by forcing us to turn off our equipment when the signal reached us? If you watch the History Channel on Friday nights, you know that sounds completely plausible and believe there’s enough evidence to draw such a conclusion.
We’ve said it before, but let us say it again: macroeconomics and the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life visiting our planet do not mix.
And yet this old adage didn’t stop Indian finance minister, Arun Jaitley, from interrupting his usual Facebook posts about the current state and future of India’s rail fares and fuel prices with a quick celebration of World UFO Day.
The truth was only out there briefly before fans of the page took Minister Jaitley to task, and his staff removed the post.
Who would have thought that armchair economists prefer their stuffy Internet- browsing devoid of interest? (We did.)
“I want to believe” is a rally cry for all UFO nuts, but what if aliens want to believe in God? Pope Francis said he’d totally baptize those aliens.
During Mass on Monday morning, the pope asked, “If, for example, an expedition of Martians arrived tomorrow, what would happen?” He then said if the little green men were moved by the Holy Spirit to be baptized in Jesus’ name, he would do it.
When the Lord shows us the way, who are we to say, ‘No, Lord, it is not prudent! No, let’s do it this way.’ Who are we to close doors?
Indeed, who are we to lower the blast shields or close the pod bay doors?
Sometimes we get people who call us crazy or paranoid for believing that animals are really in a mortal struggle with mankind. We wish it weren’t so, but we can’t just put our heads in the sand and act like the war isn’t happening. Want proof?
The Mars Curiosity rover found an iguana on Mars. That’s right, reptiles are from Mars, as we suspected all along. That’s why we also declared war against aliens. We can only assume that all other animal life, from insects to sharks to buffalo, are each from other planets as well.
Cameras that are usually left running for periods on end typically are done so solely for security purposes. People that leave a camera running not for security purposes are creepy. There’s no other way to put it: creepy people tend to be behind cameras.
A member of the Whitby, England Town Council by the name of Simon Parkes is married and has three kids. But on top of that he’s got another kid with an alien being he likes to call the Cat Queen. Parkes said that he has sex with the alien about four times a year — on a spaceship, of course. What’s worse, he says his own mother is an alien.
Parkes probably thinks he’s saving the human race by f&$%ing his way out of trouble, but really he’s putting us all in danger by creating an alien-human hybrid race to spy on us and figure out our weaknesses. This is bad.
Folks, we’ve warned for years that aliens are out there, and we have no reason to believe they come in peace. Really, they’re just like any other living thing, out to get us. But now, people are trying to hasten an interstellar war we aren’t ready for.
The maniacs at a company called Lone Signal are working on a website that will allow people to send single, tweet-like messages to a star 17 light years away. This means that in however many years it takes the message to travel there, plus however long it takes our alien foes to translate it, we could be inundating them with messages letting them know that we’ve got Bieber fever.
If that’s not justification to destroy our planet, we don’t know what is.