Me Draw Purty So Me Not Die
In a stint of unprecedented gazing, analyzing and chewing on the ends of their pencils, researchers at Eotvos University in Budapest, Hungary have concluded that prehistoric humans could draw horses better than 19th and 20th century humans.
The Budapest researchers evaluated the horse drawings on the basis of landmark findings by British photographer, Eadweard Muybridge who, in addition to using too many letters in his name, figured out how to photograph horses in 1889 and discovered that they move their legs in a particular sequence.
This was thought to be an entirely novel discovery to most people at the time — with the exception of everyone in the history of mankind who had ever owned a horse.
So Budapest researchers were flabbergasted to discover that prehistoric humans figured out how to draw horses really good without copying them from photographs.
After looking at 272 pictures of horses drawn in modern times and comparing that with 686 other horse drawings, Budapest researchers have decided that modern man only drew horses correctly 42.1 percent of the time while prehistoric humans only got it wrong 16.1 percent of the time.
The Hungary researchers blamed the prehistoric humans’ ability to draw horses better than modern-day humans on the fact that prehistoric humans needed to draw horses for survival, while modern humans only needed to draw horses for fun.
Russian Space Troops are not Prepared for Battle with Aliens says Russian Official
“Russian Aerospace Defense Troops are not prepared for an alien invasion!” Sergey Berezhnoy, Deputy Chief of Space Systems Control Center near Moscow stated.
Sergey Berezhnoy went on to reiterate excitedly, “so far, we are not capable of that!” Then shouted to the reporter who was making a beeline for the door, “we are unfortunately not ready to fight extraterrestrial civilizations!”
“Our center was not tasked with it!” Berezhnoy went on to complain bitterly to the empty room.
“There are too many problems with it!.” Berezhnoy yelled vehemently back at his echo.
“But Russians do have extremely effective high-tech means for dealing with terrestrial issues and threats!” Berezhnoy went on to explain later that night in his sleep.
Giant Squid Washes up in Spain
Despite its large size, the giant squid is a species that has remained highly elusive. Giant squid researchers speculate that giant squid eke out an existence on the ocean floor but can’t say for certain until they find out exactly what the word “eke” means.
Researchers have only been able to study the giant squid by examining the remains of those that have washed up on shore.
Spain officials stated that the giant squid that recently washed up on La Arena Beach was an aquatic behemoth that measured over 10 meters in length. American researchers think they will be utterly amazed about this just as soon as they find a conversion chart to figure out how long ten meters is and look up the meaning of the word, behemoth.
And there you have it, Dear Readers, you’re latest update on what the scientists have been thinking about.
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