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Humans are curious like the monkeys we use to be I suppose By nature have always been fascinated by the past Many feel that unlocking our past can open doors to the future Our history is brief in comparison with that of the earth but yet no claims can be made that we are close to understanding our own human existence or the roads we took in the past which led us to where we are today In that light it would be foolish that we could hope to understand what happened on earth before our arrival yet people do The stories Sex Drugs Disasters and the Extinction of Dinosaurs by Stephen Jay Gould and that of Kathy A Svitil Nubian Diet Revealed at Last each attempt to reach a scientific conclusion as to how these two chapters of history came to an end Many attempts have been made towards research and understanding of these events in an attempt to draw from them a hypothesis on the events which took place prior to their results Perhaps Gould stated it best in his essay when he stated that we can never be completely sure that a hypothesis is right though we may be able to show with confidence that it is wrong448 Scientist have come up with many theories as to why the rein of dinosaur rule of the earth stopped once upon a time and in truth none of them can be proven factually at the moment Though the Disaster theory does offer some scientific logic behind it since it offers some raw material which can be thrown into the equation The impact story on the other hand has a sound basis in evidence453 he continues to state that scientist had revealed a massive increase of iridium in rocks deposited right at the time of extinction Iridium a rare metal of the platinum group is virtually absent from indigenous rocks of the earths crust most
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