We are all familiar with the beautiful rings that surround the planet Saturn. In a shocking announcement, NASA scientists have discovered that these rings are disappearing in a “worst case scenario” rate of speed. These iconic rings have less than one hundred million years before they disappear forever.
There is the global warming that effects our planet earth, but there is also an entire solar system of climate change out there, and a Green New Deal is more important than ever to save the entire universe.
- Sources inside NASA
Everyone is shocked and anxious about this development, and wondering what will happen when the rings are gone. “Once the rings are gone, we won’t get them back again,” warned the source, visibly shaken with the discovery.
When asked at a press conference what his plan to stop this tragedy, President Trump scoffed that the Green New Deal is a waste of money and that common sense climate science is a joke. “Americans are not causing the rings to disappear; get a better telescope if you want to see the rings better!” jeered the President.
Every country except the U.S. quickly signed the “Global World Order Clean Space Accord” today, sponsored by Globe Without Borders (“GWB”) and endorsed by the U.N. “We visited him, looking for his support”, said Noel-Pierre Clouseau, General Secretary of the GWB. “First Trump asked me to pull his finger, then said with a smirk, ‘I’ll give you some global warming!‘”
We showed him alarming photos and the data that proved the rings would last only between 100 million to 300 million years. “You’ve got rings around Uranus, get it?” continued Clouseau. “We left without a signature, and feeling very marginalized”, said the GWB czar.
NPC Daily is concerned about the solar system, and we will be following this story closely.
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