The infamous martian NASA rover Curiosity has stumbled upon a werid rock  on the red planet, while traveling to a place named Glenelg. The rock discovered is of a type called “mugearite”.
And guess what: As the martian rock is near the place named “Glenelg” (the martian Glenelg), Earth’s Mugearite (the place from which the “mugearite” rock type took its name) is equally close to Earth’s Glenelg in Scotland! 
A bad joke of cosmic proportions?
Or the way of the Cosmos to glorify its Unity…?