In the year 7777, a massive astroid the size of Texas was headed towards Earth. Scientists had been monitoring its trajectory for months, but there was little they could do to stop it. As it neared the planet, it became clear that it was going to hit with devastating force.
The impact was catastrophic. The astroid hit with such force that it sent a shockwave around the entire planet, causing massive earthquakes and tsunamis. The skies turned red with the dust and debris that was thrown up into the air, and the air itself became thick with ash.
As the dust began to settle, it became clear that the astroid had wiped out almost all life on Earth. The only survivors were a few hardy species that had been able to withstand the impact, including the dinosaurs.
For the first few years after the impact, the dinosaurs roamed the earth unchallenged. They had been resurrected from their long slumber by the force of the astroid, and they quickly adapted to their new surroundings.
But as the years went by, humans began to emerge from the rubble of their destroyed cities. They had managed to survive the initial impact by seeking shelter underground, and now they were struggling to rebuild their society in a world that was vastly different from the one they had known.
As the humans and dinosaurs began to compete for resources, a fierce rivalry developed between the two species. The humans were determined to reclaim their place as the dominant species on Earth, while the dinosaurs were equally determined to hold onto their newfound power.
The struggle between the two species lasted for many years, with each side gaining and losing ground. But in the end, it was the dinosaurs that emerged victorious. They were simply better adapted to the harsh conditions of the post-apocalyptic world, and they outlived the humans by a wide margin.
As the last of the humans died out, the earth was covered in ash from the impact of the 100 nuclear warheads that had been launched in a desperate attempt to stop the astroid. The dinosaurs ruled supreme, ushering in a new age of rebirth and evolution on Earth.