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Added: Tuesday, March 24th 2020 at 10:38am by merchandiser



In an absolutely mind boggling discovery, NASA  has confirmed the discovery of a tiny moon orbiting our moon. Due to its close proximity to the "Dark Side Of the Moon", it has stayed hidden for countless centuries due to our moon's gravitational pull on this immeasurably smaller orbiting moon. 

     The discovery was made by one of NASA'S leading exobiologists using extremely sophisticated fancy shmancy  instruments like ultra violet spectromographic doppler undulating modulating kaleidoscopes   that helped substantiate this important discovery of the moon to our moon.

     This tiny moon has been named "Exebon" , after the discoverer's father's name:  the revered paleontologist , Doctor Julius Exebonaiya Junior 1V.   AND we do mean "tiny" as in a diminutive moon according to several astronauts of the space administration.  The main reason this moon was never observed before was because of its size. According to NASA, the beat of the meat (Exebon) is inversely proportional to the angle of the dangle. The size is about the size of a jumbo beach ball .  This "micro moon" as it's been called is probably the most astonishing discovery of mankind since the invention of the telescope.

     With the existence of Exebon now firmly established, scientologists suggest there may be countless other micro moons orbiting other moons in our solar system and galaxies throughout the universe.  If any life does exist on Exebon or other micro moons, "the inhabitants would have to be very very small" was quoted another top scientologist at NASA, to which another scientologist replied, "No shit Sherlock." 

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The size of a beach-ball eh? Muhuhahahaa...

  The Man  Who Stole the Moon https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0012700/plotsummary?ref_=m_tt_ov_pl



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