|The teeth of Tyrannosaurus rex displayed marked heterodonty (differences in shape). The premaxillary teeth at the front of the upper jaw were closely packed, D-shaped in cross-section, had reinforcing ridges on the rear surface, were incisiform (their tips were chisel-like blades) and curved backwards. The D-shaped cross-section, reinforcing ridges and backwards curve reduced the risk that the teeth would snap when Tyrannosaurus bit and pulled. The remaining teeth were robust, like "lethal bananas" rather than daggers; more widely spaced and also had reinforcing ridges. Those in the upper jaw were larger than those in all but the rear of the lower jaw. The largest found so far is estimated to have been 30 centimetres (12 in) long including the root when the animal was alive, making it the largest tooth of any carnivorous dinosaur yet found.|
|An exhibit showing humans coexisting peacefully with vegetarian Tyrannosaurus|
Tyrannosaurus rex, who went extinct 65 million years before our ancestors starting looking like modern human apes, was (according to Christian assholes) a vegetarian who lived 6,000 years ago with people even though it could chop off a person's head with one bite. And of course T-Rex and people were magically created out of nothing when a fairy waved its magic wand. 6,000 years ago. The entire fucking universe, trillions and trillions of solar systems, the whole fucking thing and every creature in it was magically created out of nothing 6,000 fucking years ago.
You fucking idiot Christian scum, get off my planet. You retards have disgraced my country long enough. I want you fucking assholes to fuck off and die.
Kentucky Legislators Look For Ways To Bring Magical Creationism To School.
There's something very strange about Kentucky. Many of the states of the United States are infested with fucking idiots, but Kentucky makes those other states almost look normal. For example Kentucky has the world's most famous child abuse museum about magical creationism. And the politicians of the Kentucky state legislature are amazingly retarded. Just imagine how fucking stupid the voters are.
And imagine what it must be like to be a biology teacher in Kentucky. Imagine the harassment and threats they have to endure from Christian assholes who don't want them to teach the foundation of biology in their biology classrooms.
Kentucky's idiot politicians want to throw out the Establishment Clause of the United States constitution to prevent public school biology teachers from teaching biology.
This extraordinary stupidity would not surprise the small population of Americans who are not insane. It probably wouldn't surprise anyone in the world because Idiot America is famous for their fucking idiots who worship the Magic Jeebus Man.
This quote explains one of the problems in this anti-science hick-infested backward country:
There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge."
-- Isaac Asimov
America's other problem is of course the Christian Death Cult and the child abuse called religious indoctrination which makes our young people permanently stupid before their first science class. If only some way could be found to completely eradicate the Jeebus fantasy from this brain-dead country.
Dishonest Christian assholes like to quote mine dead scientists who can't defend themselves to justify their idiotic god fairy fantasies. For example they like to pretend Einstein had the god disease. The truth is it's almost impossible to find any scientist who believes in god bullshit.
In this quote Einstein calls the bullshit in the Bible "childish" which is obvious to anyone who isn't a drooling Christian moron.
The word God is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weaknesses, the Bible a collection of honorable, but still primitive legends which are nevertheless pretty childish. No interpretation no matter how subtle can (for me) change this. These subtilised interpretations are highly manifold according to their nature and have almost nothing to do with the original text.
-- Albert Einstein