What is that purple blob?

By now you have probably seen the video showing the discovery of a strange purple blob during an exploration off the coast of California. As a scientist what do you do when you find something new? You bring it back to the lab of course. Although it may take years to identify what it is, the researchers have speculated it might be some new species of soft-bodied mollusk. Check out the newly uploaded YouTube video:

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OH NOES!

Its obviously a OHOEFPPE and these guys, blinded by science, have now officially released it upon the world. Its the end of civilization as we know it.

Or it would be if there were actually any purple people for it to eat.

This just emphasizes the point that we now know the surfaces of Mars and the Moon better than the surface of the earth (due to 75% of it being underwater).