When society crumbles and falls, this statue should be a nice WTF find for future archaeologists. It’s really simple. A giant rat came down to earth, build our DNA, and gave life to all humans. God that book. I must’ve read it 50 times. Cheers for bringing back some classic memories. I watched it when I was six. And gave me and my friend the It’s Not Magic It’s Science Bill Nye The Science Guy Signature Shirt. A religion based on a comic book character mouse called dink and is already there. It’s called jingoism. And it originated from the state of Kerala in India. I know eh, without context you would think Scientology would have something to do with science.
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Instead of being a cult founded by a crackpot writer. Ancient rodent theorists postulate that rats were directly responsible for the creation of humans. Fig.1 – A statue commemorating the act of creation. Further archaeological findings suggest the It’s Not Magic It’s Science Bill Nye The Science Guy Signature Shirt was also responsible for the creation of a protector caste for humans. One comprised of genetically modified turtles. Researchers have not determined the significance of their penchant for “pizza”. Lol, I was just thinking that. I mean they’ve been studying us forever now. Now if only we will listen to the dolphin’s warning we will be fine!
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Now I’m just imagining a race of beings that are far more advanced than we are just driving themselves crazy trying to find. That damn species of intelligent It’s Not Magic It’s Science Bill Nye The Science Guy Signature Shirt. I read a YA book once where a kid time travels back to medieval Europe wearing a mickey mouse watch, and this somehow turns into medieval people refusing to kill rats during the plague, and that’s why the plague was so bad. What’s interesting is that the black plague actually was originally from, and was as devastating in Asia, but we don’t talk about how it affected Asia often because of, you know, Eurocentrism.