Sunday, March 10, 2013

Dinosaur Planet

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-501465_162-20012471-501465.html

Okay, first we were told that the brontosaurus no longer existed.  We were told it was really apatosaurus.  Brontosaurus was Thunder Lizard, but apatosaurus is Deceptive Lizard.  I liked Thunder Lizard much better.  I won't use the new name.

Then we were told by scientists that Pluto is not really a planet after all.  It's a dwarf planet.  They don't even want to call it Pluto anymore.  Scientists want to call it "134340."  How lame is that.  Dwarf planet, I never even heard of one of those. 

The latest thing scientists want to do is tell use the maybe there is no Triceratops?  They think the triceratops and toroceretops were the same animal.  It seems they just changed as they got older.  They think, or not, maybe.  I think when we get to Pluto we will find a planet teeming with Triceratops and Brontosaurs; that's the view from the Hysterical Right Wing.


2 comments:

ccm2361 said...

Haha good one!

Science gets on my nerves with their constant flailing about to explain & re-explain things

Bunkermeister said...

Yes, it will always be Brontosaurs to me. Thanks for reading ccm.
Bunkermeister