Thursday, March 31, 2011

ISS seeks Neoferma’s Help

Dateline: 1st April 2011

As a result of NASA's concern over the current extreme climatic events around the globe and rumours concerning the extent of Global warming by Prof. Jules Verne, Neoferma Australia has been asked to provide suitable waterproofing products for the International Space Station (ISS).

A spokes person for Neoferma, Ms. Ripley denied that there was any cause for concern with environmental issues and that EPDM gasket is as perfectly safe in space as elsewhere.

Alien life forms do not pose a threat according to Ms. Ripley.

Several hundred metres of 16-104 will be blasted into space from Cape Burleigh in the near future together with the necessary equipment for installation, a blunt brick bolster.

Approved applicators are standing by.

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