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   SPUCK  Thursday May 22 05:27 AM

May 22, 2014: Tyrannosaurus Wrecked



That's right he's been usurped. Kicked to the curb. A nobody.

In Patagonia a farmer saw a bone sticking out of the dirt that 'didn't look right'. The paleontologists came and discovered the jack pot. A never before seen dinosaur that eclipsed T. rex. It's similar, only THREE TIMES LARGER.

It's estimated that the unnamed(Titantasaur?) saur-puss stood seven stories tall and dragged a tail(counter-weight) that brought his length up to 10 stories. He hit the scales at 160,000lbs or about 77 US tons - two maxed out semis.

Talk about ground tremors! (remember those from Jurassic Park before the lawyer got et?)

I believe they found the bones of 6 of them and about 50 teeth. They're already building a museum to house the bones and support the inevitable dino tourism.



Sundae  Thursday May 22 05:59 AM

Gojira.



Griff  Thursday May 22 06:47 AM

http://www.gojira-music.com/


I can't wait until we bring that critter back!



xoxoxoBruce  Thursday May 22 07:31 AM

See, vegetarians do get fat sometimes.



Sheldonrs  Thursday May 22 12:22 PM

They were so excited about finding the huge fossil, nobody noticed the dead guy next to the bone?




Clodfobble  Thursday May 22 12:43 PM

It's astounding to think about how just how little is left from earlier ages, and how much information we are missing.

It would be the same as if, out of the current civilization of the entire world, and the myriad of cultures and monuments and artifacts and writing and technology, the only things remaining were a pair of tweezers and a clay sculpture from a third-grade art festival.



Sheldonrs  Thursday May 22 03:20 PM

Just imagine if, 3000 years from now, the only data records left were from Twitter.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Clodfobble View Post
It's astounding to think about how just how little is left from earlier ages, and how much information we are missing.

It would be the same as if, out of the current civilization of the entire world, and the myriad of cultures and monuments and artifacts and writing and technology, the only things remaining were a pair of tweezers and a clay sculpture from a third-grade art festival.



Sundae  Thursday May 22 03:20 PM

A chihuahua and some graffiti, shurely?
(bones and cave paintings)



SPUCK  Friday May 23 07:06 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Clodfobble View Post
It's astounding to think about how just how little is left from earlier ages, and how much information we are missing.

It would be the same as if, out of the current civilization of the entire world, and the myriad of cultures and monuments and artifacts and writing and technology, the only things remaining were a pair of tweezers and a clay sculpture from a third-grade art festival.
So true. And then with the aliens actually trying to hide evidence of their guidance...


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