Is there life on NASA?
The FIFA World Cup bid announcement won’t be the only huge story tonight. In America, at 4am eastern Australian time, NASA appears certain to announce it has found signs of life on a moon of Saturn.
No doubt it’ll just be boring microbes or, you know, some kind of shapeless Lara Bingle monster. But hey, life’s life. Well done, NASA. Thank you in advance, as they never, ever say in the classics.
Only one question now remains. Is there any evidence of life in NASA itself? Let’s examine the evidence…
Nope. No way known can this guy’s heart be beating with his diet of Maccas and Coke.
The big giveaway here is the lack of a giant drink holder in this Mars exploration capsule out in the Nevada desert. This humanoid looks real, but we’re not fooled. Also, no human uses a joystick left handed
There may once have been actual humans working for NASA, but this giant orange sucky slurpy monster devoured them all.
These aren’t real people either. They’re Lego characters gathered around a Lego computer
The first photographic evidence of the much-theorised-about giant space potato
Next week’s photo essay (if enough of you ask nicely): Is there any sign of life whatsoever in the Gillard government?
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