The Last Chapter of The Jurassic of The Bible According to Einstein

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The Old Testament                                       539
Chapter IX: The Last Jurassic Day

And the sound of their wings was as
the sound of chariots of many horses running to do battle.

The first rays of sunlight beamed upward just above the Earth's horizon. The air was cool and moist. A mist covered the face of Earth. An allosaur woke up and roared. Pterodactyls fled the trees. The sound of flapping wings was heard. Then there came the screams of a baby brontosaurus289 being clawed by the hungry allosaur.
      The mist rose up above the palm-like cycads. At the edge of a conifer forest, a camarasaurus calmly chomped away at leaves. Sunlight sparkled off the drops of dew in ferns. A bug crawled on the moist, musty-smelling earth. A fly struggled in a spider's web. And just a foot away, a lizard had a smaller lizard in its mouth.
      The air began to warm. The earth began to dry. The mist began to lift. And that was the way it was at the beginning of that day, the last Jurassic day.
      And then the last Jurassic day did pass away.

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289 More precisely, a baby apatosaurus.



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