Auntie Broom is more interesting.
Because a lot of people really like the planet.
“Ring around the planet!”
OK, smartass buzzard! How do you know Broomie’s wrong, Gaylord?
And don’t scream “science!” The argument from authority is not good enough. The question is, how do you know?
You have to be careful whom you ask for advice.
She probably learned that from Calvn’s dad.
Or ask Calvin’s dad about where then sun goes when it sets.
And who made Google God?…….
Two, or more, moons that had a catastrophic collision and have yet to reform or fall in to the planet. But, they are raining down on the planet’s equator at such a rate that in about 100 million years Saturn will be without its rings.
The Earth has a ring around it too, but it’s call space debris.