A Condensed History of Everything

Why do people take the time to compose such things? I’m not sure, but I did find it rather humorous. Admittedly, though it’s brief, I spaced out around the 1850s.

245,000,000 years ago, thanks to a gamma ray burst originating in our galaxy’s core, the Permian mass extinction takes place, wiping out something like 96% of all life on the planet. This happens every 100,000,000 or so for a while. Don’t ask why. Within a few dozen million years, the reptiles and dinosaurs are back, and they’re really pissed off.

I would be remiss not to warn you of the 1995 page design you’re about to be greeted with. Consider yourself warned.

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