Enjoy your view from the top of the food chain.

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10 Responses to Enjoy your view from the top of the food chain.

  1. tudza says:

    So things with just horns and claws, horns and venom, or venom and claws are still a threat?

  2. Josh says:

    Thanks, it’s delicious up here!

  3. tushar says:

    * well armored giant brains

    you know, with pointy sticks and whatnot

  4. Logic says:

    If p then q does not mean not p then not q. It does mean the not q then not p. Therefore it says nothing about beasts with only two or fewer attributes, to include ones with none of the above (e.g other people with trimmed nails). Giant brains may or may not be able to defeat them. You can say that if giant brains can’t beat an organism that it does not have venom, horns and claws. I also don’t know of an animal that has all three, so the diagram may not say much.

  5. Stripe says:

    The idea the Man is at the top of the food chain is merely a hopeful assumption.

  6. John Thompson says:

    … and one giant circle around them all, labeled ‘eaten by brainless, hornless, clawless, venomless one-celled organisms’.

  7. Harald Korneliussen says:

    And opposable thumbs, don’t forget opposable thumbs. You don’t want to know what chimpanzees are capable of doing with that grabbing ability of theirs.

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