TOM THE DANCING BUG: How Gavin Smythe Broke Science

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Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Gavin Smythe, of Chagrin Falls, USA, has an incredible insight that Breaks Science.

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  1. This is just too damn unrealistic, Ruben. A Nobel Prize in biology for "how come there are still monkeys??"

    Next thing you'll be trying to tell us is that the Nobel Peace Prize could go to someone who is dropping weaponized drones all over countries against which his nation has not declared war.

  2. I'm disappointed Smythe didn't question the accepted belief that the Earth revolves around the Sun.
    TEACH THE CONTROVERSY!

  3. Nelsie says:

    "If Americans came from Europe, Africa, and Siberia, why are there still Europeans, Africans and Siberians?"

  4. Wait, have I been wrong about this the whole time? ...no, not the monkeys. Are you really supposed to put on shoes to answer the door?

  5. Shuck says:

    It's funny because so many people actually do think they're brilliant taking down modern science by repeating... inane... Oh gods, that's actually really depressing.

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