Is Disney Cars Real?

What Sentient Species Are The Vehicles In Disney Pixar Cars?
Disney CarsTop flight psychics, seers, and mystics with an eye into the worlds of parallel Universes have indeed confirmed that Disney Cars is real! In fact it’s a parallel Earth with virtually the same history as ours except instead of humans, and animals, as we know them, everything are biological vehicles of some type. Interestingly enough the plants are basically the same as we know them here. More or less we all exist there as some manner of motor vehicle as disturbing as that seems. The souls of humans have been mystically detected as residing in these sapient vehicles!

All evidence from the Cars movies indicate there is an underlying biology to the vehicles since they eat food, and exhibit other physiological traits we experience . Of course they also consume oil, and gas which corresponds to the obvious mechanical components of their bodies. One theory is that they evolved from bugs, and the exterior of their bodies is an exoskeleton, or shell, made of something like Chitin. However we clearly see customized metal on these cars, trucks, etc. Of course that could be a natural substance close to metal. The real question we’re left with is how could they evolve mechanical devices so intertwined with their biological bodies? They couldn’t. The only answer is that they are a race of cyborgs. This goes for the animals as well.

The truth of this unusual parallel Universe is that a gamma radiation burst from the collapse of a nearby star screwed up the ozone layer thereby exposing all life to excessive ultraviolet radiation. Sometime in the equivalent of our late 19th century a mass extinction of animals, and some amount of plant life took place. However the plants were better equipped to survive. By the early 20th century the only animals left were exoskeleton based. Thankfully this included the sapient species of the planet. The equivalent of humans. Still their time would soon be up as well! Thankfully the world’s finest minds got together to implant mechanical parts within the exoskeleton along with customizing the shells as well. These enhancements were applied to all animals that were left. The time frame is seen by the fact that physically old cars are the oldest models of vehicles we have in our reality.

These vehicles could obviously procreate but as babies they didn’t look like cars. They had to be mechanically customized at the hospital factory before going home with their proud parents. In addition there was active efforts to transform new animals born in the wild so they wouldn’t die from the UV radiation. Finally by the early 21st century nanobots, aka microscopic self-replicating robots, were developed that were interweaved in the genetic code so they would be born as a certain cyborg vehicle based on their parents genes. This was also introduced into the animals that were left. Finally the remaining species of the planet were naturally born as biological motor vehicles. Despite this their exoskeletons, and mechanics, could still be customized, and upgraded. Something probably done to keep up with latest technology, and aesthetic designs. Perhaps this could be done to a large extent at birth so they would grow into it. Unfortunately later in life these enhancements were too intermingled with their biology, and would be considered massive surgery if altered. This would explain why senior citizen cars don’t get a sleek new design. Plausibly they wouldn’t care since their biological life expectancy isn’t much longer than humans.

The videos below go into various theories about the state of Disney Pixar Cars, and their unique reality:

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