Okay, what happens if we combine dark matter with the Oort cloud and dinosaurs? We get us, of course! This article presents the idea by a Harvard astrophysicist that a disk of dark matter exists around our solar system and that every 32 million years or so our solar system passes through the disk so that gravity from the dark matter dislodges a chunk from the Oort cloud surrounding the solar system that can come crashing into whatever is in its way. The idea is that some 65 million years ago, the passage through the dark matter disk caused a 12-mile wide chunk to come crashing into the Earth, causing the destruction of the dinosaurs and a clear path leading to humans. Whew! What a tale. Unfortunately, only two of the four players are known to exist or have existed: humans and dinosaurs. The existence of dark matter has not been proven, and, in fact, the relativistic cosmology theory by Dr. John Hartnett (based on work by the Israeli physicist Moshe Carmeli) shows that dark matter is not needed at all to explain observations. The Oort cloud is an imaginary contrivance to account for continual replenishment of comets over the presumed billions of years of our solar system's existence, because otherwise they would have died out. Despite constant references to the Oort cloud by secular scientists, no such thing has ever been observed. Some in the unaware public will embrace this idea simply because it came from Harvard. Instead, let's be critical thinkers and ask the critical questions that are critically needed for our belief (Acts 17:11).