Namibia attacks NASA telescope with antimatter beams!

A Namibian thunderstorm, that is, which shot antimatter in the form of Viagra without prescription sale positrons off the planet recently.

Nat Geo: “Thunderstorms Shoot Antimatter Beams Into Space”

Thunderstorms can shoot beams of antimatter into space—and the beams are so intense they can be spotted by spacecraft thousands of miles away, scientists have announced. […]

Recently, radiation detectors on NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope lighted up for about 30 milliseconds with the Low price viagra distinctive signature of positrons, the antimatter counterparts of electrons.

Scientists were able to trace the concentrated burst of radiation to Buy zithromax online without prescription a lightning flash over Namibia, at least 3,000 miles (5,000 kilometers) away from the Earth-orbiting telescope, which was passing above Egypt at the time.

So awesome!

If this were a Star Trek: Next Generation episode, they’d spend the first two acts getting “attacked” by antimatter beams, only to discover at the last moment before they reduce the planet’s surface to slag that there are beings from another dimension attempting to communicate through the beams. Then Wesley saves the Clomid 25mg day. ;)

0 thoughts on “Namibia attacks NASA telescope with antimatter beams!

  1. lisleman

    so you have the start to another blockbuster movie I suggest the finding of a big monolith buried in Namibia.