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b) Can be mutated into highly intelligent beings and c)
Need to look spiffy for a job interview.
Now of course this probably wouldn't happen, but the
is to get government funding for this and other such
ideas not because they'll be of any utility, but because
they'd be eligible
for the "Most Insane Government
Once a year, those who got funding for ideas like this
would put on their tuxedos and gather for the gala
show. There would be different categories such as "Bad
Science", "Superstitious Nonsense" and "Straight Up
The winner would proudly stand up and thank the
taxpayers who bought his team that little research
Bermuda and say how nice the award statuette will look
the marble mantle in the main entry hallway.
[theircompetitor, May 29 2018]
One problem down...
...still two more to go. [doctorremulac3, May 29 2018]
||It is my suspicion that the arms of the tyrannosaurs
were heavily feathered, with quite long feathers.
Well, not feathers in the modern bird sense, but
||//not feathers in the modern bird sense// Thank goodness.
A flying T. rex would be a menace.
||Which would only make putting on a bow tie more
||UPDATE: It appears that t-rex would in fact have no
problem tying a bow around its neck. It could simply
swing the entire accessory around its neck and, as you
can see by the picture, (link) his hands, claws, paws or
whatever you call them, are well within reach of the
||So that part would be solved. The whole making them
highly intelligent thing still needs funding as well as the
bringing them back to life thing, there's that.
||But tying the bow with those short little arms? Not the
problem I thought it would be so I can stop stressing
about that one.