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19th May '17 9:47:29 PM schoi30
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* In one of the "Terrible Thunder Lizards" segments in ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'', the dinosaurs became extinct because of giant robot clown the dinosaurs unleashed. In another episode, they become extinct because a sitcom was keeping them too distracted to do anything about the asteroid.

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* In one of the "Terrible Thunder Lizards" segments in ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'', the dinosaurs became extinct because of giant robot clown the dinosaurs unleashed. In another episode, they become extinct because a sitcom was keeping them too distracted to do anything about the asteroid.Ice Age.
22nd Apr '17 9:47:11 AM zarpaulus
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* In ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'', the dragons developed an "iridium bomb," which ended up nearly wrecking the planet. The remaining survivors reverted to a pastoral existence until [[HumansAreBastards those wacky knights showed up]].
* ''ComicStrip/ThePerryBibleFellowship'': In [[[[http://www.pbfcomics.com/55 one strip]], the psychic dinosaurs brings the end on themselves.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'', the dragons developed had an atomic-level civilization during the late Cretaceous, which ended with a nuclear war using "iridium bomb," which ended up nearly wrecking bombs" (explaining the planet.iridium layer attributed to an asteroid strike). The remaining survivors reverted to a pastoral existence until [[HumansAreBastards those wacky knights showed up]].
* ''ComicStrip/ThePerryBibleFellowship'': In [[[[http://www.[[http://www.pbfcomics.com/55 one strip]], the psychic dinosaurs brings the end on themselves.
1st Apr '17 2:25:21 AM pvsage
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* In ''Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs'', Lisa Randall presents the hypothesis that dark matter (the source of gravity that holds galaxies and galactic clusters together, observable only due to its gravitational lensing, making it one of the Phlebotina of astrophysics) deflected the asteroid responsible for the dinosaurs' extinction.
18th Mar '17 9:30:30 PM BattleMaster
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* In ''ComicBook/GodzillaRageAcrossTime'', the dinosaurs were killed out by a fight between Earth's Kaiju and a Xillian invasion that included Kaiser Ghidorah.
17th Mar '17 9:44:48 AM ChronoLegion
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*** In another novel he claimed that he gave humanity fire as a joke (predictably, the first thing they did was light one another on fire and laugh hysterically). The other Q were angry, as this made humans dominant instead of cockroaches.

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*** In another novel he claimed that he gave humanity fire as a joke (predictably, the first thing they did was light one another on fire and laugh hysterically). The other Q were angry, as this made humans dominant instead of cockroaches.cockroaches, and punished him in the way we know from the Prometheus myth.
17th Mar '17 9:42:32 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Literature/TheQContinuum'' trilogy reveals that Q himself accidentally sent the iridium meteor to Earth during a titanic battle between members of the Continuum and four powerful beings (0, [[Recap/StarTrekS3E4AndTheChildrenShallLead Gorgan]], [[Recap/StarTrekS3E7DayOfTheDove (*)]], and [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier The One]]). One of the latter supercharges the meteor and hurls it at female!Q. Fearing for her life, Q hurriedly creates a temporary wormhole in the meteor's path, not thinking about where the rock ends up. After the battle, the Continuum learns about the destruction of the dinosaurs and, as punishment, charges Q with protecting Earth and any lifeforms that evolve on it.
17th Mar '17 9:33:48 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Film/ReignOfFire'', it was the [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]] [[CoolVersusAwesome that killed]] the dinosaurs.

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* In ''Film/ReignOfFire'', it was the [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]] [[CoolVersusAwesome that killed]] the dinosaurs. Of course, scientists only learn of this too late to warn everyone of them.
4th Mar '17 5:44:20 AM MCanter89
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Often ignored in fictional portrayals is that the dinosaurs were the top of a food-chain-wide extinction event; the "direct" victims of the event (whatever it was) probably would have been plants, algae, and plankton, and it was ''their'' disappearance that killed the animals which ate them, killing the animals which ate ''them'', etc.

Similarly fantastic theories have sometimes been suggested to explain why other species went extinct, though due to SmallReferencePools, most writers [[TheGreatestHistoryNeverTold tend to ignore]] the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permian%E2%80%93Triassic_extinction_event Permian-Triassic extinction]], which was the biggest mass extinction ever. The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triassic%E2%80%93Jurassic_extinction_event Triassic-Jurassic extinction]], which was almost as widespread as the Cretaceous-Paleogene and directly led to dinosaurs becoming the dominant forms of life for the next 135 million years, is even more obscure. Apparently it's only the fall of the dinosaurs, and not their rise to prominence, that's deemed interesting enough for fiction.

A subtrope of HistoricalInJoke. See TheDinosaursHadItComing when the dinosaurs' extinction is blamed on themselves. Compare ArtisticLicensePaleontology, which this trope can fall into if not done well. Contrast with LostWorld, where the dinosaurs manage to duck and cover in a cave/valley/jungle before the big event. See also TheCretaceousIsAlwaysDoomed, which is about the tendency of time-travelers to arrive at dates of historical significance - ''especially'' the end of the dinosaurs - by complete coincidence; that trope can overlap with this one if the reason they're present for the extinction is because they ''caused'' it.

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Often ignored in fictional portrayals is that the dinosaurs were the top of a food-chain-wide food chain–wide extinction event; the "direct" victims of the event (whatever it was) probably would have been plants, algae, and plankton, and it was ''their'' disappearance that killed the animals which ate them, killing the animals which ate ''them'', etc.

Similarly fantastic theories have sometimes been suggested to explain why other species went extinct, though due to SmallReferencePools, most writers [[TheGreatestHistoryNeverTold tend to ignore]] the [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permian%E2%80%93Triassic_extinction_event Permian-Triassic org/wiki/Permian–Triassic_extinction_event Permian–Triassic extinction]], which was the biggest mass extinction ever. The [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triassic%E2%80%93Jurassic_extinction_event Triassic-Jurassic org/wiki/Triassic–Jurassic_extinction_event Triassic–Jurassic extinction]], which was almost as widespread as the Cretaceous-Paleogene Cretaceous–Paleogene and directly led to dinosaurs becoming the dominant forms of life for the next 135 million years, is even more obscure. Apparently it's only the fall of the dinosaurs, and not their rise to prominence, that's deemed interesting enough for fiction.

A subtrope of HistoricalInJoke. See TheDinosaursHadItComing when the dinosaurs' extinction is blamed on themselves. Compare ArtisticLicensePaleontology, which this trope can fall into if not done well. Contrast with LostWorld, where the dinosaurs manage to duck and cover in a cave/valley/jungle before the big event. See also TheCretaceousIsAlwaysDoomed, which is about the tendency of time-travelers to arrive at dates of historical significance - ''especially'' significance--''especially'' the end of the dinosaurs - by dinosaurs--by complete coincidence; that trope can overlap with this one if the reason they're present for the extinction is because they ''caused'' it.



* In an extended cut of ''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods'', Beerus claims that he went to Earth millions of years ago, and that he wiped out the dinosaurs [[{{Disproportionate Retribution}} because they were rude to him.]] This is reconfirmed in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper''.

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* In an extended cut of ''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods'', Beerus claims that he went to Earth millions of years ago, and that he wiped out the dinosaurs [[{{Disproportionate Retribution}} [[DisproportionateRetribution because they were rude to him.]] him]]. This is reconfirmed in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper''.



* In ''ComicBook/{{Planetary}}'' giant multi-dimensional ship (similiar a little to [[ComicBook/TheAuthority The Carrier]]) crashed on Earth, killing the dinosaurs.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Planetary}}'' giant multi-dimensional ship (similiar (similar a little to [[ComicBook/TheAuthority The Carrier]]) crashed on Earth, killing the dinosaurs.



* In ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'', Mr. Freeze thinks the Ice Age killed the dinosaurs - a bit of a suspect statement coming from a scientist, even if paleontology isn't his field. [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology He is, of course, wrong]].

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* In ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'', Mr. Freeze thinks the Ice Age killed the dinosaurs - a dinosaurs--a bit of a suspect statement coming from a scientist, even if paleontology isn't his field. [[ArtisticLicensePaleontology He is, of course, wrong]].



* In ''Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction'',[[spoiler: the extinction of the Dinosaurs was caused by terraforming performed by the creators of the Transformers who tried to turn the earth into Transformium.]]
* In ''Film/PacificRim'' there's a deliberately-ambiguous statement that the dinosaurs were [[spoiler: either killed off by Kaiju, or were the first failed attempt at ''creating'' Kaiju.]]

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* In ''Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction'',[[spoiler: the ''Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction'', [[spoiler:the extinction of the Dinosaurs was caused by terraforming performed by the creators of the Transformers who tried to turn the earth into Transformium.]]
* In ''Film/PacificRim'' there's a deliberately-ambiguous statement that the dinosaurs were [[spoiler: either [[spoiler:either killed off by Kaiju, or were the first failed attempt at ''creating'' Kaiju.]]



* In ''Literature/{{Monster}}'', BigBad Lotus mentions having to "undo" the dinosaurs because they were part of the [[spoiler: universe's master plan to destroy her]].

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* In ''Literature/{{Monster}}'', BigBad Lotus mentions having to "undo" the dinosaurs because they were part of the [[spoiler: universe's [[spoiler:universe's master plan to destroy her]].



* The MonsterOfTheWeek in ''[[Literature/{{Animorphs}} Megamorphs #2]]'' causes the extinction of the dinosaurs by redirecting a meteor earthward. To rephrase it, the dinosaurs were killed by a plain old meteor....FLUNG BY ALIENS! To wipe out OTHER aliens who wanted to settle on Earth and [[HistoricalInjoke plant broccoli]]. For extra craziness, the benign alien settlers had a plan to divert the meteor with a nuclear missile, but it was sabotaged... [[BeenThereShapedHistory by one of the heroes]], becasue, well, [[IDidWhatIHadToDo that extintion was necessary for the human race to emerge]].

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* The MonsterOfTheWeek in ''[[Literature/{{Animorphs}} Megamorphs #2]]'' causes the extinction of the dinosaurs by redirecting a meteor earthward. To rephrase it, the dinosaurs were killed by a plain old meteor....meteor... FLUNG BY ALIENS! To wipe out OTHER aliens who wanted to settle on Earth and [[HistoricalInjoke plant broccoli]]. For extra craziness, the benign alien settlers had a plan to divert the meteor with a nuclear missile, but it was sabotaged... [[BeenThereShapedHistory by one of the heroes]], becasue, well, [[IDidWhatIHadToDo that extintion was necessary for the human race to emerge]].



** Some fanon sources claim Cthulhu was also responsible for wiping out the Dinosaurs, cause that would be [[RuleOfCool awesome]]

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** Some fanon sources claim Cthulhu was also responsible for wiping out the Dinosaurs, cause that would be [[RuleOfCool awesome]]awesome]].



* Played with in Michael Crichton's ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'', in which Ian Malcolm makes a study on extinction and begins to debunk the theory of the dinosaurs being wiped out by a meteor. [[spoiler: Towards the end, they establish that any mistake or miscalculation in an ecosystem, no matter how small, can compromise the survival of an entire species.]]

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* Played with in Michael Crichton's ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'', in which Ian Malcolm makes a study on extinction and begins to debunk the theory of the dinosaurs being wiped out by a meteor. [[spoiler: Towards [[spoiler:Towards the end, they establish that any mistake or miscalculation in an ecosystem, no matter how small, can compromise the survival of an entire species.]]



* In ''The Science Of Literature/{{Discworld}}'', the Terribly Dull Lizards -- like many organisms from other time periods, very nearly including humans -- were indeed wiped out by a random and cataclysmic meteorite impact. It's still PhlebotinumKilledTheDinosaurs, because the reason there are so many rocks drifting around the solar system to ''become'' meteorites is because the UU student body had been tossing them at "The Target" (= Jupiter) as part of a cross-cosmic video game, and they never bothered to sweep up their unused ammunition.

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* In ''The Science Of Literature/{{Discworld}}'', the Terribly Dull Lizards -- like Lizards--like many organisms from other time periods, very nearly including humans -- were indeed wiped out by a random and cataclysmic meteorite impact. It's still PhlebotinumKilledTheDinosaurs, because the reason there are so many rocks drifting around the solar system to ''become'' meteorites is because the UU student body had been tossing them at "The Target" (= Jupiter) as part of a cross-cosmic video game, and they never bothered to sweep up their unused ammunition.



* In the Literature/StarTrekTheLostEra novel ''The Buried Age'', the Permian extinction event is chosen instead - it was a consequence of an artificially-induced galaxy-wide disaster. The SufficientlyAdvancedAliens known as Manraloth accidentally caused the entire galactic population to AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence, releasing terrible amounts of energy which irradiated planets. In the aftermath, the artificialy maintained habitats of the Manraloth degraded, destabilizing stars, among other dangerous side-effects. The galaxy was an irradiated hellhole until sapient life evolved again millions of years later.

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* In the Literature/StarTrekTheLostEra novel ''The Buried Age'', the Permian extinction event is chosen instead - it was a consequence of an artificially-induced galaxy-wide disaster. The SufficientlyAdvancedAliens known as Manraloth accidentally caused the entire galactic population to AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence, releasing terrible amounts of energy which irradiated planets. In the aftermath, the artificialy artificially maintained habitats of the Manraloth degraded, destabilizing stars, among other dangerous side-effects. The galaxy was an irradiated hellhole until sapient life evolved again millions of years later.



* In Creator/CharlesPellegrino's ''Flying to Valhalla'', it's suggested that the mass extinction between the Eocene and the Oligocene [[spoiler: was engineered by aliens to prevent Earth from becoming a threat]].
* Creator/JackChalker's ''Literature/WellWorld'' series has it that when the universe was manually rebooted, a world was chosen for each of the races to get seeded upon. Earth came up almost perfect for humanity, but had developed dinosaurs naturally. So the Guardian tweaked the axial tilt of the world slightly, thus killing most of them off to make room for the incoming colonists. Needless to say, time was moving at an extremely fast pace during this - only moments passed by during the process.

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* In Creator/CharlesPellegrino's ''Flying to Valhalla'', it's suggested that the mass extinction between the Eocene and the Oligocene [[spoiler: was [[spoiler:was engineered by aliens to prevent Earth from becoming a threat]].
* Creator/JackChalker's ''Literature/WellWorld'' series has it that when the universe was manually rebooted, a world was chosen for each of the races to get seeded upon. Earth came up almost perfect for humanity, but had developed dinosaurs naturally. So the Guardian tweaked the axial tilt of the world slightly, thus killing most of them off to make room for the incoming colonists. Needless to say, time was moving at an extremely fast pace during this - only this--only moments passed by during the process.



* The Steve Alten novel ''Literature/{{Domain}}'', the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs was in fact [[spoiler: a spaceship of an evil multi-dimensional entity that was shot down by the good aliens, who then land on the planet (Earth), genetically mess with the local fauna to eventually create Humanity, create the Mayan civilization, and use its prophecies to foretell the end of the world which will happen when the bad alien's ship gains enough power to reactivate, on [[MayanDoomsday December 21, 2012]]]].

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* The Steve Alten novel ''Literature/{{Domain}}'', the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs was in fact [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a spaceship of an evil multi-dimensional entity that was shot down by the good aliens, who then land on the planet (Earth), genetically mess with the local fauna to eventually create Humanity, create the Mayan civilization, and use its prophecies to foretell the end of the world which will happen when the bad alien's ship gains enough power to reactivate, on [[MayanDoomsday December 21, 2012]]]].2012]].]]



* In the ''Literature/{{Tunnels}}'' series, [[spoiler: a Styx Phase killed off the dinosaurs, presumably triggering an environmental collapse that spelled doom for millions of other organisms that also went extinct.]]

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* In the ''Literature/{{Tunnels}}'' series, [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a Styx Phase killed off the dinosaurs, presumably triggering an environmental collapse that spelled doom for millions of other organisms that also went extinct.]]



* Played with in ''Literature/TheLivesOfTao''. The Dinosaurs were killed off by a large comet/asteroid-like object impacting the earth. It just that the object in question was [[AncientAstronauts a damaged alien spaceship crash landing on our planet.]]

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* Played with in ''Literature/TheLivesOfTao''. The Dinosaurs were killed off by a large comet/asteroid-like object impacting the earth. It just that the object in question was [[AncientAstronauts a damaged alien spaceship crash landing on our planet.]]planet]].



* On ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', Eugene suggests that the ZombieApocalypse may have killed the dinosaurs. He doesn't think it's what happened, [[RuleOfCool but he likes the idea.]]

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* On ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', Eugene suggests that the ZombieApocalypse may have killed the dinosaurs. He doesn't think it's what happened, [[RuleOfCool but he likes the idea.]]idea]].



* One of three alien races who commonly interact with Earth humans in TabletopGame/ConspiracyX are the "Saurians", mysterious reptilian aliens with many forms who want to take over. [[spoiler: They are actually the dinosaurs, they owned the planet long before us, and they had extremely advanced technology. What finally did them in was an experimental FTL drive that failed in the middle of a huge space civil war, trapping just about every single Saurian still alive at the time within the temporal stasis field around an artificial black hole. It took the black hole 65 million years to shrink to the point that some Saurian ships have managed to free themselves of its pull, and the crew members have discovered, to their great dismay, that while they were gone... all kinds of things happened to their planet.]]

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* One of three alien races who commonly interact with Earth humans in TabletopGame/ConspiracyX are the "Saurians", mysterious reptilian aliens with many forms who want to take over. [[spoiler: They [[spoiler:They are actually the dinosaurs, they owned the planet long before us, and they had extremely advanced technology. What finally did them in was an experimental FTL drive that failed in the middle of a huge space civil war, trapping just about every single Saurian still alive at the time within the temporal stasis field around an artificial black hole. It took the black hole 65 million years to shrink to the point that some Saurian ships have managed to free themselves of its pull, and the crew members have discovered, to their great dismay, that while they were gone... all kinds of things happened to their planet.]]



* Implied by some of the background fluff in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. The Necron/Old One conflict known as The War In Heaven occurred around the time the dinosaurs died out and the Necrons/C'Tan are known to have come to Earth in the distant past.

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* Implied by some of the background fluff in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''.''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000''. The Necron/Old One conflict known as The War In Heaven occurred around the time the dinosaurs died out and the Necrons/C'Tan are known to have come to Earth in the distant past.



* According to [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP-]][[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1050 1050]], a race of [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] known only as '[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The Destroyers]]' were responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs, as well as ''virtually every other mass extinction'' in Earth's history.

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* According to [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP-]][[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1050 1050]], a race of [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] {{Eldritch Abomination}}s known only as '[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The Destroyers]]' were responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs, as well as ''virtually every other mass extinction'' in Earth's history.



* An example very similar to ''Samurai Jack'' is with [[spoiler: The Lich]] from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', as it's strongly implied that [[spoiler: his essence arrived from a possessed comet millions of years ago and well...]]

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* An example very similar to ''Samurai Jack'' is with [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Lich]] from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', as it's strongly implied that [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his essence arrived from a possessed comet millions of years ago and well...]]



---> '''God:''' These guys are awesome. Why'd I ever send them to Mars?

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---> '''God:''' --->'''God:''' These guys are awesome. Why'd I ever send them to Mars?



* In ''ExtremeDinosaurs'', the catacysm that caused the dinosaurs to go extinct was caused by [[BigBad Bad Rap]], a mutated raptor, using an alien WaveMotionGun in a fight. Since the weapon was conceived by aliens from a different dimension, it wasn't adapted to be used on Earth, and ended up causing the cataclysm instead of merely killing the protagonists like initially intended.

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* In ''ExtremeDinosaurs'', the catacysm cataclysm that caused the dinosaurs to go extinct was caused by [[BigBad Bad Rap]], a mutated raptor, using an alien WaveMotionGun in a fight. Since the weapon was conceived by aliens from a different dimension, it wasn't adapted to be used on Earth, and ended up causing the cataclysm instead of merely killing the protagonists like initially intended.



* While it's pretty certain that there ''was'' an asteroid impact that occurred right around the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction, there is a significant amount of debate as to whether this impact was the primary cause of the extinction, a trigger that released a [[SealedEvilInACan bigger disaster]] such as an underground gas bubble or super volcano, one of a number of nasty things that were going on in the biosphere around that time, or pretty much unrelated to the extinction itself.
** Of course dinosaurs aren't actually extinct, they survived in the form of birds. Next time you eat [Chicken/Turkey/Duck/[[BreadEggsMilkSquick Bald Eagle]]], you will be eating an evolved dinosaur. What most people think of as dinosaurs are actually Non-Avian Dinosaurs, which are quite extinct.

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* While it's pretty certain that there ''was'' an asteroid impact that occurred right around the Cretaceous-Paleogene Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction, there is a significant amount of debate as to whether this impact was the primary cause of the extinction, a trigger that released a [[SealedEvilInACan bigger disaster]] such as an underground gas bubble or super volcano, one of a number of nasty things that were going on in the biosphere around that time, or pretty much unrelated to the extinction itself.
** Of course dinosaurs aren't actually extinct, they survived in the form of birds. Next time you eat [Chicken/Turkey/Duck/[[BreadEggsMilkSquick Bald Eagle]]], [chicken/turkey/duck/[[BreadEggsMilkSquick bald eagle]]], you will be eating an evolved dinosaur. What most people think of as dinosaurs are actually Non-Avian Dinosaurs, non-avian dinosaurs, which are quite extinct.
1st Feb '17 12:03:32 PM nighttrainfm
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** In the ''ComicBook/TheUnbeatableSquirrelGirl'' Loki claimed that the last time Ratotoskr was loose, "all the raptors got replaced by hairless apes who invented fax machines."

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** In the ''ComicBook/TheUnbeatableSquirrelGirl'' In ''ComicBook/TheUnbeatableSquirrelGirl'', Loki claimed that the last time Ratotoskr was loose, "all the raptors got replaced by hairless apes who invented fax machines."
20th Jan '17 1:30:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* One of the missions in ''[[VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}} Super Scribblenauts]]'' is to cause the dinosaurs to go extinct without asteroids or weapons. You have many options: plague, flooding, drought, a black hole, {{God}}, [[CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]]...

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* One of the missions in ''[[VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}} Super Scribblenauts]]'' is to cause the dinosaurs to go extinct without asteroids or weapons. You have many options: plague, flooding, drought, a black hole, {{God}}, [[CthulhuMythos [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]]...
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