New Discoveries Reveal 38% of Triceratops Supported Asteroid Deregulation
Well well well... if it isn't the result of my actions.
A stunning series of discoveries have revealed that not only did dinosaurs in the Maastrichtian era of the late Cretaceus period have self awareness and complicated societies, but that a significant portion of those societies supported the means of their own demise.
“Though it seems to have been popular in some dinosaur circles at the time,” said Dr. Foz Sillrecord, paleontologist, “we can now draw a direct line between asteroid deregulation and the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event which wiped out 3/4 of life on Earth.”
It’s not clear by what means the dinosaurs intended to regulate asteroids.
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But Dr. Sillrecord was not impressed. “We only know for sure what we can see in the fossil record, and it’s plain as day. A significant percentage of these animals were in favor, in some sense, of the means of their own destruction.”
As of press time, Dr. Sillrecord also declined to click “like,” or “subscribe.”
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