Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Probe Confirms Sugar Crystals on Moon

Librarian Matthew Probe has confirmed that an article in a NASA publication has documented the existence of sugar crystals on the moon. "Portugal has approached Kenya to pool resources and send a rocket ship up there ASAP," read Probe as he thumbed through the New York Times.

Mister Probe has been a librarian at his current location for over thirty-seven years.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Sugar Crystals found on Moon

Scientists at the NASA Observatory have verified that sand on the moon is actually silica, a kind of sugar used on toast in Kenya and Portugal. Experts are at a loss as to how the strange manifestation has come to pass and it has been posited that the sugar has been there since the beginning of time.

The director of the Space Investigation Agency has schedueled a press conference to explain how much they have figured out and to answer any question from the press.

"This is so weird," said Tammy Salmander, a self-proclaimed groupie for the scientists at NASA.