Dinosaurs invented cellphones 65 Million Years before we did


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30 February,0043: Human beings often boast about their intelligence and invention skills. But who knew that 65 Million years ago, one of our most talked-about invention was already invented by our evolutionary ancestors. Dinosaurs belong to the class reptilia under phylum chordata. They were supposed to possess lower intelligence until last weekend when a dinosaur skeleton fossil was discovered clasping a 6-inch smartphone in its fore limbs. This discovery heated up the debate on how the dinosaurs were wiped off the Earth. Anthropologists argued that overuse of social media like Flesh Book and Smart phones resulted in their extinction. After analysis, it was found out that the excavated cell phone had 3 Tb memory, 5 GB ram and 16K UHD sAMOLED Retina display. Tech companies announced that dino tech might help our IT industry reach new heights. At the same time orthodox people concluded that mobile phones could be the reason of human extinction too if proper measures are not taken.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
Website: http://www.antarcticadaily.weebly.com

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Dharmesh says:

    Kapil may have to Just step down Arkadeep! You have a great talent.

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    1. Thanks. Your comments really inspire me. And yes your ghost stories were awesome!

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      1. Dharmesh says:

        Thank you!

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    2. Thank you.

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    3. Your ghost stories were awesome, by the way.

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      1. Dharmesh says:

        Thank you!

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