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Friday, 16 July 2010

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London UK: Dr. I. Jones, the noted archaeologist, appeared before the Royal Society to present his new theory explaining why dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago.

The single continent Pangaea had been home to Dinosaurs for 165 million years, but during the Cretaceous Period mammals began to emerge. These mammals known as the norom were small brained scavengers that lived off of dinosaur leavings and they became full of it, themselves. The norom also had a particular trait that they could multiply like modern day rabbits. There were literally millions and millions of the norom on Pangaea.

The lush vegetation on Pangaea, absorbing and converting Carbon Dioxide to refreshing Oxygen, supported all life. This flora caused the winds to blow at a fantastically high rate of speed like an electric fan. Then one fateful day a micrometeorite hit the norom, causing a chain reaction explosion such that all the accumulated feces "hit the fan and blew all over the place!" The great shit storm smothered all the dinosaurs, wiping out the largest land animals ever known, but left a few norom alive.

Over the millennia Pangaea broke apart because of Plate Tectonics, resulting in the five continents that are known today. The norom then multiplied into billions and billions, evolved into humans and live all over the world.

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