Early 19th Century Dinosaur Hoax Uncovered!
As of late, I have taken time away from chemistry as I got bored with the mundane nature of chemical bonding. Instead, I have focused my investigative effort to understand the truth about dinosaurs. Hopefully, I can adequately explain the conspiracy that has been unfolding. The short of it is dinosaurs never existed.
Sir Richard Owen, the paleontologist that ‘discovered’ the first dinosaur fossil, headed and created a secret society with the end goal of providing elite paleontologists with additional personal revenue. The head council members created dinosaur bones made of materials of age that resemble skeletons of these creatures we know today. They created extensive logs and buried these bones throughout the world with specific dates and times for them to be revealed to the public.
As the preverbal torch got passed through generations of paleontologists, the secret society was maintained in secret until now. The league of extraordinary paleontologists have been careful to do all of their own testing to examine the ages of ‘discovered’ skeletons, while simultaneously perpetrating the hoax by creating and burying more dinosaur bones all over the Earth. Tests like carbon dating have never been performed by people outside of the secret society, which keeps the coup of dinosaur existence alive.
This plan first began generating revenue for elite paleontologists when suspected member, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, wrote and supported the film adaptation of The Lost World. The film was a giant success educating the masses about these creatures created in the minds of few. This lie got perpetuated through generations by continual collaborations with Hollywood and film makers across the globe. Gojira, a 1954 Japanese film, popularized dinosaurs in Japan. Movies such as King Kong (1933), The Land that Time Forgot (1975), The Land Before Time (1988), When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth (1970), and Ice Age (2002) are all known to have writers in the secret society that now encompasses many different creative minds. The real pay off for the paleontologists is a result of Steven Spielberg’s (another possible secret society member) Jurassic Park series. This film series alone has raked in over a billion dollars of our hard earned cash.
You can see that Sir Owen’s secret society formation has paid off in dividends. Paleontologists and film makers alike have benefitted from the elaborate engineering that first began in the early 19th century. Please join me in spreading the news far and wide as it has blown my mind and deeply impacted my life. The facts are there. Everyone, everywhere needs to be made aware.