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References in text debunking this joke called a geologic scale: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

-'Mesozoic': of, relating to or being the third era of geologic time, including the Triassic Period, the Jurassic Period and the Cretaceous Period and characterized by the development of flying reptiles, birds and flowering plants and the appearance and extinction of dinosaurs.

-'Paleolithic': means, 'of', 'belonging to', which is designating the cultural period beginning with what some think are the earliest chipped stone tools, also believed by some to be about 750,000 years ago, until the beginning of the Mesolithic Age, about 15,000 years ago.

-'Pleistocene': means, 'of', 'belonging to' or designating the geologic time, rock series and sedimentary deposits of the earlier of the two epochs of the Quaternary Period.(see the Scale above), characterized by the alternate appearance and recession of northern glaciation and the appearance of the progenitors of human beings; the Pleistocene Epoch or system of deposits.

 

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