Oh man, I still have most of my Dino Rider toys -- ON DISPLAY.
According to a recent article in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, intelligent dinosaur-like creatures may exist on other planets. Wait -- since when is the American Chemical Society the authority on space-dinos? Because what you should be the authority on is inventing an 18-hour bodyspray that prevents people's farts from smelling.
New scientific research raises the possibility that advanced versions of T. rex and other dinosaurs--monstrous creatures with the intelligence and cunning of humans--may be the life forms that evolved on other planets in the universe
The basic concept behind organic chemist Professor Ronald Breslow's theory is that the building blocks for life on earth were "seeded" here by meteorites, and that other planets could have experienced similar fates. I mean, neat, but there's waaaaaay too much unknown. You can't predict evolution (can you?). It's all speculation. You could speculate all aliens look like little walking peenors and when they finally visit earth we'll be too busy pointing and laughing/fake humping them when they're not looking to take their threats seriously until they blow up the planet. "You really think that's what's gonna happen?" I f***ing KNOW that's what's gonna happen.
Thanks to Pearce, Jalepeno, craig, Rebecca, The Halfelven and JD, who all hope the vegetables that grow on other planets are tastier than the ones here.