In a recent survey, we asked a bunch of people what they thought archeology was. They said dinosaurs. So from our vast experience of people and what people like, we designed the perfect science museum exhibit based on what people like. And people like the following:
The Fundamentalist belief that dinosaurs and man lived together.
Here is a rendering of the exhibit:
Wow. I didn't know they had pith helmets *and* Converse shoes back in dinosaur days. And are those motor vehicles in the background? I'm so confused!
Haven't you seen Jurassic Park? I thought everyone knew JP was a documentary....
So awesome it hurts.
What appear to be a pith helmet and cons are in fact, evolutionary adaptions. The helmetlike protrusions from the temporal, perietal,and occipital plates of the skull allow the focused direction of sound, improving the hunters directional hearing. What appear as cons are in fact, modified hair follicles emerging from the metatarsals area of the foot and progessing through to the phalanges allowing increased mobility and speed. The "star" emblem stems from interbreeding among individuals of the same family groups.
However, what you all fail to notice is the advanced state decay of the pyramids and sphinx. It is evident that they were built long before. It is clear, therefore, that aliens visited earth thousands of years BEFORE the man hunted dinosaurs with rifles equipped with telescopic scopes. Consequently, without the inclusion of aliens, this exhibit lacks the appropriate authenticity.
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