1. Phosphine is used in the semiconductor industry to introduce phosphorus into silicon crystals.
2. Phosphine is formed by the action of a strong base or hot water on white phosphorus or by the reaction of water with calcium phosphide.
3. Phosphine is rarely found naturally on earth, and Venus' clouds are full of it.
4. Penguin poop has phosphine in it.
In a not peer reviewed study, Dr Dave Clements, from Imperial College London has discovered that penguin poop has phosphines in it. And not in the normal organic levels that sometimes rarely occur in places like pond scum.
No, this phosphine is more similar to the samples analyzed In September by a team led by astronomers in the United Kingdom who announced that they had detected the chemical phosphine in the thick clouds of Venus. The team's reported detection was based on observations by two Earth-based radio telescopes.
Clearly, this means that penguins are from Venus.
That's it. I don't know what else to tell you.
I, for one, welcome our tuxedoed waddling overlords from outer space.