The Pickering Post
Monday, 18th February 2019

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Talking about our loopy professor - Here is his latest vomit "."Professor" Flannery argues that Earth's climate system is approaching a crisis and while catastrophe is not inevitable, time is fast running out.

PS: Your Tim Flannery is a TWIT!

Any Anunnaki will tell you ;
There WAS water on Mars, or rather - as We used to call it LAHUUM
Just read all about it on - The Sumerian Clay Tablets.
Oh - Sorry, You cant read Cuniform...
Those Tablets, written some 5,000 Years ago (By your Time Scale) tell you that LAHUUM - sorry MARS was inhabited by the Igigi until the last Perigee of Nibiru (Your Planet X) caused Big - Heap Big Catastrophes to your little Solar System - INCLUDING Lahuum loosing it's Oceans and most of it's Atmosphere
AND NO - We don't have 3 Eyes - Nore are we Colored Green.
We were, sorry ARE Tall, Blue Eyed, Blond Haired........
Oops - I've said too much .... Go and do your own Research....
But YES - There were Oceans on Lahuum er... Mars.

If it's salt water Tim could build another desalination plant there too

Having a piss over the edge when the robot lander looking the other way.

Good call Paul. Must be that dangerous greenhouse gas Dihydrogen monoxide that did it.

If the Martians do nothing about climate change water levels on Mars will rise by 100 microns over the next billion years.

All jokes aside, earth will eventually be hit by an asteroid, and nuclear weapons could one day fall into the hands of Muslim terrorists.
Either event could lead to the extinction of man. We have to expand beyond this earth to ensure we survive catastrophe.

Those martians must be related to Professor Flim Flam. Their reproductive organs protrude from their heads.

Takes two years to get there and back. I vote Tim goes. We'll worry about the return later.