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I became a Brony in the summer of 2017, and I'm also obsessed with dinosaurs, science and friendship.

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  • Saturday
    Planning another fanfic

    Hey, guys. Today, I'm going to discuss the setting of Two Worlds, One Planet. While the rewrite was set three months after Queen Chrysalis conquered Equestria, I'm going to write a two-part prequel that was a re-write of the episode, A Canterlot Wedding, only to be taken seriously and having every character smarter than the canon version.

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  • 6 days
    I feel like I'm starting to become an anti-brony (probably?)

    Hey, everyone. I'd been in several threads I've been, and in each of them, I made a negative opinion about the show, like Pinkie Pie not telling her friends about the Parasprites,

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  • 2 weeks
    Happy New Year!

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  • 2 weeks
    Back to business

    Hey, everyone. I'm back in Washington where it was now showing out, and this, my friends, is my Christmas gift from Mother Nature. Now back to writing.

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  • 3 weeks
    I forgot to tell you.

    Ever since last week. I'm taking a break from writing Two Worlds, One Planet as I'm on a vacation in California with my parents, but things can make my writing difficult for two reasons. Number one is the apartment I'm in was small and crowded, and number two is there is no desk, especially in my sister and roommate's room we weren't supposed to be in.

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Paleo Profile: Megalodon (Shark Week Special) · 10:18pm Jul 22nd, 2018

Name Meaning: Big Tooth
Length: 60 feet
Weight: 80 tons
Diet: Whales
When: Miocene to Pliocene Epoch
Location: Pacific Ocean
Carcharocles Megalodon is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 2.6 million years ago, during the Early Miocene to the end of the Pliocene. It is the largest ocean predator in the history of planet Earth and its bite force is three times more powerful than a bite of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. This large marine predator was thought to be extinct for two in a half million years due to climate change.

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