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Dino-killing asteroid hit worst possible place

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Of course it hit in the worst possible place, it probably messed up Can Cun Holidays for centuries!

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Unlucky dinosaurs or lucky mammals? 

After all without their demise we'd probably never took over. 

 

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Perhaps it wasn't a randomly placed strike - perhaps it was a well planned mammalian terraforming  event.

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A perfectly placed planet percussion purposes premeditated planning.

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Maybe we should use up all our oil before another asteroid of that magnitude hits the Saudi or other oil areas.  Then all the asteroid would have left to hit would be the nuclear power plants.:whistle:

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On 11/9/2017 at 2:38 PM, TripGun said:

A perfectly placed planet percussion purposes premeditated planning.

I wish I could "like" this TWICE!!!! LOL

Edited by Saitung

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Wasn't there an recent study saying the dinosaurs were already dying out and the asteroid only sped things up, otherwise if missed would of just prolonged the inevitable.

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An asteroid did not kill off the dinosaurs. They ate themselves to death. 

 

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One hundred million years ago the reptilian age was drawing to a close. The dinosaurs, for all their enormous mass, were all but brainless animals, lacking the intelligence to provide sufficient food to nourish such enormous bodies. And so did these sluggish land reptiles perish in ever-increasing numbers. Henceforth, evolution will follow the growth of brains, not physical bulk, and the development of brains will characterize each succeeding epoch of animal evolution and planetary progress.

- the Urantia Book 

 

 

 

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