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Man is Millions of Years Old We Are A Species With Amnesia
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(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote: [Image: 1a39fcc60ad2cd498f969f2c1cbdd2b9.jpg]

The Australopithecus group, the museum added, took hold between about two million and four million years ago, with the abilities to walk upright and climb trees. Next came Paranthropus, which existed between about one million and three million years ago. The group is distinguished by its larger teeth, giving a wider diet.
The Homo group — including our own species, Homo sapiens — began arising more than two million years ago, the museum said. It’s distinguished by bigger brains, more tool-making and the ability to reach far beyond Africa. Our species was distinguished about 200,000 years ago and managed to survive and thrive despite climate change at the time. While we started in temperate climates, about 60,000 to 80,000 years ago the first humans began straying outside of the continent in which our species was born.

Cite:  https://www.universetoday.com/38125/how-...-on-earth/


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We don't have amnesia. We've been lied to for ages.
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(04-14-2019, 07:35 PM)Sassy Wrote: We don't have amnesia. We've been lied to for ages.

That's a FACT!!!
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(04-14-2019, 07:35 PM)Sassy Wrote: We don't have amnesia. We've been lied to for ages.

Yeah.
Less amnesia and more the truth has been hidden from us.
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(04-14-2019, 09:10 AM)St. Blue Dude Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 08:59 AM)Phantom Wrote: These are not humans (homo sapiens) they are 'humanlike' -  but not human.
These are 'lineages' which ran alongside homo sapiens that became extinct. True homo sapiens have not been on this earth for millions of years. They did not evolve, there's no missing link. We are unique.

I've read some articles that discount that Australopithecus was part of the chain of the human family at all, although opinions in anthropology change a lot behind the scenes and we don't hear about it.

But I'm not clear what you are saying   Homo Sapiens have not been on Earth for millions of years.   Homo Sapiens did not evolve.  You're saying what....God placed humanity here at some time point in the recent past?

Something like that is my guess. Upgrades.

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(04-14-2019, 04:34 PM)Phantom Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 10:36 AM)Apache54 Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 08:59 AM)Phantom Wrote: These are not humans (homo sapiens) they are 'humanlike' -  but not human.
These are 'lineages' which ran alongside homo sapiens that became extinct. True homo sapiens have not been on this earth for millions of years. They did not evolve, there's no missing link. We are unique.

We are hybrids with some DNA ties to the homo sapiens

Yes, Humans on earth today (homo sapiens) are unique. We have NOevolutionary ancestor and there's NO missing link. We as a species suddenly "appeared on Earth some 10,000 years ago. We just appeared from 'no where'.  Find yourself an archeologist who's willing to speak. . . You'll be amazed with what they 'have' to dismiss and ignore. They'll tell you that there's protocol to follow to maintain funding.
As "Apache54" stated we are a 'hybrid' - created, designed. Whom or what 'placed' us here would be a good topic for a new thread !

I respectfully agree then... Chuckle

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(04-14-2019, 07:29 PM)D3VILSR3J3CT Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote: [Image: 1a39fcc60ad2cd498f969f2c1cbdd2b9.jpg]

The Australopithecus group, the museum added, took hold between about two million and four million years ago, with the abilities to walk upright and climb trees. Next came Paranthropus, which existed between about one million and three million years ago. The group is distinguished by its larger teeth, giving a wider diet.
The Homo group — including our own species, Homo sapiens — began arising more than two million years ago, the museum said. It’s distinguished by bigger brains, more tool-making and the ability to reach far beyond Africa. Our species was distinguished about 200,000 years ago and managed to survive and thrive despite climate change at the time. While we started in temperate climates, about 60,000 to 80,000 years ago the first humans began straying outside of the continent in which our species was born.

Cite:  https://www.universetoday.com/38125/how-...-on-earth/


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(04-14-2019, 11:41 PM)Sassy Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 07:29 PM)D3VILSR3J3CT Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote: [Image: 1a39fcc60ad2cd498f969f2c1cbdd2b9.jpg]

The Australopithecus group, the museum added, took hold between about two million and four million years ago, with the abilities to walk upright and climb trees. Next came Paranthropus, which existed between about one million and three million years ago. The group is distinguished by its larger teeth, giving a wider diet.
The Homo group — including our own species, Homo sapiens — began arising more than two million years ago, the museum said. It’s distinguished by bigger brains, more tool-making and the ability to reach far beyond Africa. Our species was distinguished about 200,000 years ago and managed to survive and thrive despite climate change at the time. While we started in temperate climates, about 60,000 to 80,000 years ago the first humans began straying outside of the continent in which our species was born.

Cite:  https://www.universetoday.com/38125/how-...-on-earth/


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#19
I was wondering why Uncle Bob doesn't write anymore. He went extinct.
"One shitty decision away from disaster"
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Whether you think God made us or you think we are here in some other coincidence, it doesnt really matter. There is no way we can ever know the real truth unless the truth is locked away somewhere.

Could have been God, but then the question is who is God, where did he come from, why did he make us?

Could have been aliens. Then you wonder is God and alien or what.

Lots of questions to either viewpoint you may subscribe to.

I think the lesser likely view is that we are here by some chance of evolution. It is highly unlikely and I think it takes more faith to believe in those odds than it does to believe we were created.
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