Cephalopods are a favored investment at LoS because there is a better than 50% chance that they are our future. They are some of the largest creatures on Earth but they conduct their business without ever being detected by man, for the most part. What are they doing? What is going on down there? We eschew outright speculation, but will assert that without a doubt they are plotting the conquest of the overland world, most likely effecting a “global warming” and thereby submerging the world’s land and allowing them to slip their tentacles around anything and everything they want.
More evidence of their long-lasting dominance came last week by way of this CNN report on Sea Scorpions:
British scientists have stumbled across a fossilized claw, part of an ancient sea scorpion, that is of such large proportion it would make the entire creature the biggest bug ever.
Eurypterids, or ancient sea scorpions, are believed to be the extinct aquatic ancestors of today’s scorpions and possibly all arachnids, a class of joint-legged, invertebrate animals, including spiders, scorpions, mites and ticks.
And the reason why these creatures are extinct starts with an S ends in a D and has a Q in there —
Recommendation: Long squids, short everything else.
HT to reader PBJ.Related Reseach:
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- Long Cephalopods