Many-armed creature predates dinosaurs

Published November 5th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Carbonaceous compression of many-armed creature – dates around 550 million years ago.

Discovery News reports the finding of a fossil formed around a many-armed creature. Dating shows that this creature was in the area hundreds of millions of years before dinosaurs existed.

The implications for Pastafarians are obvious: this is strong evidence that the FSM has been hanging around since time began, and created us all, including the dinosaurs.

There is no question the creature, believed to represent one type of animal, had a lot of arms. […] The arms were tubular and in close contact with each other, but not joined.

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  3. Rasputin says:

    Thanks, Sauceror. Another page which I hadn’t previously seen.
    No sign of a fossilised borched mesom yet.

    • The Sauceror says:

      I suppose that’s because borched mesoms never die. People only think they are dead because of the foul gassy odors they perpetually release, and the oily residues they leave behind. But, nope, they aren’t dead– no matter how much you wish they were.

      Even if borched mesoms do die, we may never know, because it’s more likely that they will rust away before they can fossilize.

      Interestingly, all of the credible geologists claim that the Banded Iron Formation is simply the fossilized remnants of borched mesoms from an ancient borched mesom battleground.

      “Iron Age”?– HA! Borched mesoms were obviously the first species to invent iron.

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