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Cape Canaveral : FL : USA | Dec 15, 2012 at 1:50 AM PST
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Moon to be Moved Closer to Earth by NASA

Scientists Plan to Pull the Moon 10 Miles Closer to Stop Global Warming says NASA

In a startling announcement on Friday, NASA spokesman Uriah Heep said that there will

be an effort to pull the moon at least ten miles closer to the Earth, in an attempt to cool

the earth down and stop global warming.

"We are going to see if scud missiles, shot at the Moon, from the Space Station, in

strategic locations, will set the moon spinning fast and twirl it into a new orbit much

closer to Earth than it is now." said Dr. Heep, Head of the Moon Comittee at NASA.

Scientists are presently having the scud missiles loaded on a rocket to leave Cape

Canaveral this weekend, to send up to the Space Station which will, from there, be able

to aim them in the precise direction to hit the Moon.

If this works, says Dr. Heep, "global warming will be obliterated within the space of a

single week and everything will be cooler on Earth due to the shade we will get 24 hours

a day from the Sun. This will make the world a twilight world and a cooler one, and the

Poles will stop melting, and severe weather events will be no more bother."Science & Technology Standard YouTube License Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading...

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