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The Martians didn’t understand the value of co-existence. They wanted to invade earth and enjoy the benefit themselves. But the book of nursery rhymes named ‘The Mother Goose’ saved the earth for being invaded by the selfish Martians. The first poem that Omega read was about Mistress Mary. The poem spoke about the garden scenes of Mistress Mary. But Omega and the team thought that the earthlings have found a way out for growing rich minerals as crops on their gardens. They thought that the earthlings are not as foolish as they thought.

The next poem that they read was about the animals. On reading it they assumed that even the animals of the earth are very intelligent and the earth people have discovered a way of communicating with them too. So they can launch an inter-planetary fight anytime in near future. So it was alarming for them.


On reading the last Humpty-Dumpty poem, they thought that Humpty was none other than Think-Tank and the earthlings were planning to kill him. So without any further ado, they all left earth.


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