Monday, August 16, 2010

Dinosaurs Are Searching For A Path To Disney

What came first the chicken or the egg? Neither, according to scientists. It could be dinosaurs came first.

Paleontologist John “Jack” Horner – the scientist who acted as a technical advisor on the “Jurassic Park” movies — is trying to prove chickens evolved from dinosaurs by reactivating dormant genes in chickens that would produce a long tail, no feathers and teeth. In other words, a “dino-chicken.”

Horner, a professor at Montana University and nationally recognized paleontologist, believes that because chickens still have these genes, it indicates that birds are modern dinosaurs.

Scientist says path to living
dinosaurs starts with chickens

Grant said, “What did you think?”

Ellie shrugged. “Naïve.”

“You like the part where John Hammond is the evil arch-villain?” Grant laughed. “John Hammond’s about as sinister as Walt Disney.”

After the dinosaurs regain their rightful place
at the top of the food chain they’re going to try
to use Walt Disney’s corpsicle to bring him back
and they’re going to let out a dinosaur roar
when they discover that Disney was cremated.

When a monster doesn’t get what it wants it roars.

I’ve heard monsters roar. It’s not a sound you sample
and use as part of a song or in a soundtrack.
Just the sound claws at the human nervous system.

When dinosaurs discover Disney’s not frozen
they’ll roar, then they’ll round up all Disney’s descendents
and try to use their testicles and ovaries
to recover a genetic strange attractor
that will rebuild Walt for them by breeding backward.

Dinosaurs in flying saucers mutilate cows
in their quest to understand mammal genetics
and it’s all about bringing Disney back to life.

Dinosaurs are searching for a path to Disney
the way humans seek out the road to Shambhala.

Humans sing songs. Dinosaurs roar and eat people.

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