Sunday, September 18, 2005


There is a species known throughout the known universe that can fly through the air and land on all the different planets they come to whenever they want to. These are the Dragons. They are very prolific breeders, but each male of the species needs a large territory to fly around in; generally around 3.4 parsecs. So they have had to spread far and wide since leaving their original planet about 4.6 billion years ago. The females lay the eggs but the males carry them very far away to prevent their children from growing up to be competition for them. As the trips tend to be far, they bring with them thousands and thousands of eggs at one time. As Dragons are also prolific evolvers through random mutations in their genetic material, these eggs, their children, are generally not dragons at all anymore, but new species entirely.

So it happened that about 3.652 billion years ago a small group of male dragons brought with them to Earth a few million eggs, which started hatching out slowly over the course of millions and millions of years. So first the smallest of their children hatched, the single celled creatures. After awhile the mutli-cellulars, and then the invertebrates and then the vertebrates, and most recently, 4.21 million years ago, the last of the eggs hatched and Man was born. Now life on Earth is complete, and all the species have been hatched. All that is left is for evolution to start back up again and soon we will all evolve back into Dragons and fly home to the Home Planet.


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