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Dinosaurs Fossils are a Hoax
by Andy Leeds on 2/14/2005 (0)

A rock.
Conspiracy theorist and former paleontology student Michael Forsell caused a storm yesterday when, during a Radio interview with leading paleontologist Jack Horner, he called in and blasted Horner for being a total fraud, fabricating evidence and perpetuating the myth of dinosaurs. He also paused for breath before calling Horner a "Rock Jockey" and then hanging up.

Horner continued the interview unflustered and by all accounts gave an informative talk on dinosaur nesting habits.

Forsell is no stranger to controversy, but his latest attack was delivered with a fever not seen since 1995, when he accused Michael and Janet Jackson of being the same person.

Speaking yesterday from his head office/ mother's basement, Forsell issued the following Statement:
"I started my career in the field of paleontology, only to leave my studies once I realized the whole thing was a sham. It's nonsense, most of the so called skeletons in museums are actually plaster casts. They even do it openly on documentaries now, preserving the bones my ass!

I struggled as a student, mainly because I could not tell the difference between a fossilized egg and an ordinary rock, and of course there is no difference. I was treated like a leper when I refused to buy into their propaganda, and promptly left the course.

Dinosaurs never existed, the whole shebang is a freak show, they just grab a couple of old bones and form them into their latest Frankenstein's monster like exhibit. If dinosaurs existed they would be mentioned in the bible.

We are all being fooled and it's wrong, but together we can stop it."
A clutch of Theropod Eggs.
Yale graduate Bob Baker spoke exclusively to Smooth Operator today.

"Yes I remember Forsell, man what a dipshit he was. He couldn't even tell a dinosaur egg from an ordinary rock. He was voted most likely to never leave his parents basement in the 77' Yearbook."

Baker, who was caricatured as Dr. Robert Burke in Steven Spielberg's film The Lost World, joked "you know people like Michael lead me to believe we may have found the missing link between apes and man after all."?s/tds/go.php?sid=1" w

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