Reprinted from the Journal of Unbelievable Results, Nov. 2017. Vol. 1, No. 1.
About ten or fifteen years ago, the New York Post ran a bold, full-page headline which read: Life On Mars!
(or something like that). It seems that one of the NASA Mars rover vehicles turned over a small rock and analyzed the sand beneath. Some sort of Amino acids or complex molecules were discovered that indicated that Mars could, indeed, support life. Well, thirty-five years of teaching science has taught me one thing at least: Don’t believe everything you read in the New York Post.
I’ll put it out there as kindly as I can. There is no verifiable evidence that life exists anywhere except here on Earth.
I firmly believed that until this Thanksgiving past. My soon-to-be-five-year-old grandson, Elias, was given the opportunity to construct a turkey in his pre-K art class.
What he constructed is the first example of an alien fowl. He told me that it had to be an alien because it had three eyes.
I submit the enclosed photo as proof of this amazing discovery. I leave it up to my faithful readers to decide for themselves the validity of this evidence that clearly disproves the long-held theory that Mars is a lifeless planet.
It remains to be seen, however, if, given the current state of politics, whether or not there is intelligent life here on Earth.
[Actual photograph of the alien three eyed turkey as constructed by Elias. Photo is mine.]