Father, Why must I strike my bolts down to Earth upon those poor creatures?
Son, why would you want to stray from tradition?
Why Zeus, it has been this way for eternity.
Doing the opposite shall have extreme consequences.
But Father, My bolts are killing them, why shouldn't I shoot them to the sky?
My father has no idea what he is saying, for he is a heartless roach.
I will find my own ways of things. For I will strike for the skies.
Zeus finds his father, Goliath, looking upon his creation to the creatures, dinosaurs, wondering why he is forced to put them in danger.
Goliath walks out to show Zeus Earth and how changing the tradition shall break the balance on Earth, forbidding him from breaking from his ways.
Disobeying his father, Zeus proceeds with striking towards the skies but instead of heading out of sight it splits to millions of pieces.
The billions of peices scatter in the night sky leaving millions of feiry objects floating in space, but only shimmers of light to the habitants on the Earth below.
But then high up above, Zeus noticed the largest piece of debris heading towards Earth and his precious reptilian friends he tried so hard to preserve.
Since each of Zeus's lightning bolts carry a peice of him within, a new breed of life called humans were created along with the shiny objects in the sky we call stars. But with it, dinosaurs were destroyed doing the absolute opposite of Zeus's goal.