Look folks, I’m not one to panic….but…I’M PANICKING…….I’M PANICKING!!!!!
OMG!! HAVE YOU SEEN THIS PHOTO TAKEN BY SOME TOURIST IN 2009 OF A GIANT BEAM OF LIGHT COMING OUT OF AN ANCIENT MAYAN TEMPLE!!!
(I checked and the Mayans did not have any type of Academy Award type events back when this photo was taken back in 2009, which, if they did, would account for that beam of light.
The photo, one of three taken on an iPhone by a tourist, Hector Silezar, who was visiting with his family at the ancient city of Chichen Itza. Not to be confused with chicken ala king, which is located somewhere in Mongolia.
Hector said that when he took the picture of El Castillo, the pyramid shown, and which is a sacred temple to the Mayan God Kukulkan, also not to be confused with the ancient puppet Kukla, of Kukla, Fran and Ollie, that he did not see the beam of light but only observed the dark clouds and lightening bolt in the background.
As you can see in these amazing photos, Kukla, Fran and Ollie still look the same and…..um…oh sorry, what I really mean is that in the other amazing photo you can clearly see the giant beam of light which appears to be pointing towards the heavens. How the heck do ya explain THAT, Mayan end of the world on 12/21/12 doubters.
Fortunately, for you doubters, we did find an obvious explanation….as always, from an expert in iPhones and glitches. His simple explanation is below:
According to Jonathon Hill, a research technician and mission planner at the Mars Space Flight Facility at Arizona State University, which operates many of the cameras used during NASA’s Mars missions, it is almost definitely the latter. (the latter being an iPhone glitch)
Hill works with images of the Martian surface taken by rovers and satellites, as well as data from Earth-orbiting NASA instruments, and is fully versed in the wide range of potential image artifacts and equipment errors.
He says the “light beam” in the Mayan temple photo is a classic case of such an artifact — a distortion in an image that arises from the way cameras bounce around incoming light.
Which accounts for the fact that many photos taken of me over the years that appear to make my Italian nose a lot bigger than it is, is actually a distortion in an image that arose from the way the camera bounced around from incoming light and off of my nose.
Anyhow, I just feel it’s my duty to keep all of you informed whenever a story about the Mayans makes the news. Why should I be the only one to be in a state of panic. Well, actually, I’m a bit calmer now that I’ve shared this with all of you and……um….WAIT! WAIT!!
OMG!!! This story just out of Africa. OMG!! Natives in Namibia say they’ve spotted what appears to be a dog headed pig monster….OMG!! I know what you’re all thinking…..another sign the world is coming to an end.
DO NOT PANIC!
(I’m not quite sure if Nyambi Nyambi, of “Mike and Molly” is from Namibia, otherwise I would have called him to ask if he had ever seen a dog headed pig monster in Namibia. Just a thought)
The reason I don’t want any of you to panic is because, as you all know, no one should fear a dog headed pig monster. That combination is not scary at all. Pigs give us hams and bacon, and dogs are man’s best friend. How bad can that be?
Unless, the natives got it wrong and it’s a pig-headed dog monster.
You know as well as I do that ya just can’t reason with anyone, especially a monster, if they’re pig-headed.
You know what…………..think I’ll stick to the Mayan stories. More believable.
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