|CHAPTER 11 aAt the beginning there was nothing but a big bball of gases.
2 For a long time it just sat there in the cnothingness, getting hotter and hotter.
3 dThen it eexploded.
4 fThe explosion created the stars, which were burning bubbles of the first big ball of gases.
5 The gstars threw out chunks of debris that cooled and became planets.
6 The planets spun hround and became round.
CHAPTER 21 In a remote and insignificant sector of the iuniverse, one jplanet fell into an orbit around its star that kby accident made its surface conducive to the molecular formations known as lamino acids.
2 Neither so close to their mplanet's star as to be incinerated, nor so far from it as to be frozen, the acids survived,
3 nAnd proceeded to combine into new molecules of a complexity advanced enough to permit change and growth,
4 And omeiosis, and the development of certain other transient characteristics of a generic nature classifiable as plife.
CHAPTER 31 Changing and growing and reproducing in response to the qrandom stimuli of the planet's chemistry, rlife thrived and multiplied,
||2 sAnd spread from the hospitable environment of liquid oxygenated hydrogen where it began to the more challenging environment of the planet's solid mineral masses.
3 tThe new environment stimulated further molecular changes that enabled living organisms to increase dramatically in size and complexity.
4 uThe organisms grew bigger and bigger,
5 vAnd then much much bigger,
6 And even bigger than that, until some of the many life-forms on the planet's surface were so enormous as to be wdinosaurs.
CHAPTER 41 xThe dinosaurs were gigantic scaly beasts with infinitely ysmall brains and infinitely large appetites, both for plants and for each other.
2 zCreated by numerous accidents of evolution, the dinosaurs managed to become extinct, not by accident, but by their own stupidity.
3 aaThe dinosaurs ate all of the plants in their environment and soon starved stupidly to death.
4 bbWhen the dinosaurs became extinct, other smaller life-forms became dominant on the planet's surface.