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Monday, May 20, 2013

CNN: Massive moon blast visible from Earth

Wow, that doesn't occur very often. I suppose we could easily say it happens only once in a blue moon. To be honest with you, I am glad these situations are far and few between; more impacts like that and we could kiss the moon goodbye and than what?

I suppose we would be able to welcome an alien into our midst should the moon come close to extinction. There is no doubt in my mind that extraterrestrial life form would be received with open arms and it would be supplied with all it needs such as driver's license and a job.

The problem is however that we have no clue who or what we would be accommodating. Warnings may be shoved aside or totally ignored. If there are any indications of malicious intent towards the human race than we may want to dive a little deeper into what really happened on the moon; CNN: Moon blast equal to 5 tons of TNT.

I sure don't like that comparison and really hope this wouldn't be any indication of what to expect of this future alien resident. If it was an actual meteor blasting the moon than we have got nothing to worry about and if not, than we better take precautions. It seems like an investigation is in order before letting him in.

Who, you ask? Well, the man on the moon of course!



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