It wasn’t too long ago that I caught a glimpse of something that captured my eye: humans remains have been found in the same sedimentary layer of rock as dinosaur remains. This suggests that dinosaurs and humans quite possibly walked the earth at the same time.

I didn’t read the article at the time, but I wish I had, just to have more information. Though I don’t think the article would have been very long; maybe a few paragraphs at most. Regardless of whether this information is actually true, I believe the sentiment. I always found it hard to believe that humans and dinosaurs walked the earth at different times. Part of it is my religious beliefs while another part is just my reasoning. How is it possible that we could have such a history of humanity and so much mystery surrounding our deep past if we didn’t live that long ago? Personally, I am in love with unsolved mysteries, and the fact that this one involves dinosaurs is just even better.

I’ve been fascinated by dinosaurs since I was very little. They always placed so many questions in my mind. Why were they here? Have they been on other habitable planets? Were they more advanced than we can imagine? Why do we know so little about them?

I’ve been searching for a book of some sorts that’ll really delve into dinosaurs and their existence, but it’s difficult to anything other than children’s books. Maybe I’ll end up writing the book instead of finding it. Call me crazy, but I don’t plan to die around one hundred years of age. I have a unique set of beliefs, and one of those (laugh if you’d like) is that I’ll live to be well over several hundred years old. I see it as entirely possible, as we have done it in the past. Why not now?

As part of that long life, I won’t be an entertainer forever. I’d like to venture into medicine, animation, video game creation…but the three I’m most interested in are Archeology, Paleontology, and Astronomy. Space fascinates me, and so do the way fossils tell us of our past we don’t remember. I love the Tomb Raider video games and (within reason) would love to be a real-life Lara Croft. Haha, but perhaps that is one thing that doesn’t exist. All I know for sure is that there are a lot of mysteries in this world, and I have a fascination and a very stubborn personality. It would be dream come true to see one of them in person.


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