|CHAPTER 131 But that's why science is so great,
2 aBecause science gives us proof,
3 And it's hard to not believe in dinosaurs when you find all these fossils of giant reptiles,
4 And can use them to build great big models of what they looked like,
5 Which people can see in museums,
6 bAlong with little signs pointing out that the dinosaurs survived for a hundred million years,
7 Which is a lot more than it looks like Mankind will last.
CHAPTER 141 And if science can make people believe in dinosaurs, it can make them believe practically anything,
2 Including the part about where Mankind really came from,
3 cBecause if you have enough dental picks and microscopes and theories,
4 You can show everybody how the apes evolved out of the trees,
5 And lost their tails,
6 And started walking upright on two legs,
7 And using tools,
8 And hunting together,
9 dAnd killing things for the pure fun of it,
10 eIncluding each other.
CHAPTER 151 fIn fact, if you have enough dental picks, you can prove everything.
2 gYou can prove that apes evolved into several different kinds of men,
||3 Which mostly didn't work out,
4 Until one did,
5 Because he was the fittest,
6 hMeaning the most ruthless killer.
7 This one got started somewhere in iAfrica,
8 And migrated all over the world,
9 Grabbing as much territory as possible,
10 jAnd leaving trash everywhere he went,
11 Including broken pieces of pottery,
12 kAnd broken pieces of tools,
13 lAnd broken pieces of weapons,
14 mRight next to broken pieces of skeletons,
15 Proving that in spite of Evolution,
16 Some things never change.
CHAPTER 161 And science will prove that Mankind liked settling down next to rivers,
2 Where the water makes things green and fertile,
3 Because it's easier to live there than somewhere else,
4 Which is how all the first great civilizations got started,
5 nIncluding Egypt,
6 oAnd China,
7 pAnd Mesopotamia,
8 And everywhere else too.
CHAPTER 171 And science will prove that Mankind had some things that it always did when it started up a new civilization,
2 And had some extra time on its hands.
3 qFor example, you could practically count on them starting to bury their dead,