This is a Hoax but giant remains have been discovered. Lots of giant remains have been faked as wel
We would have to discuss how these giants were made. And if we examined these remains it would be likely we would find traces of genetic engineering.
Which would put our own origins into question, and would more or less. Support the Native Americans legends of cannible abominations running around
They were called the Red Haired Giants.
And there's lots of supporting evidence that such a phenomenon did really happen.
These giants were hunted down by the Native people who saw them as a Threat. But how did the Giants get there in the first place? Should we take such
accounts as the flood seriously? Would these giants be the Nephilim?
Genetically engineered humans corrupted by the Enemies of our Creator? We would have to consider such possibilities as Lamuria and Atlantis, as well
as other major nations described as being highly advanced.
And even bringing in any of these possibilities would ruin Evolution completely. Because it means that once intelligence reaches a certain stage.
Evolution does not even matter. Life can just be rewritten, It's as simple as that.
To a point where almost everything around us would be Genetically Engineered or synthesized.
We are actually reaching that point once again in this timeframe. Perhaps these giants are remnants of the Elite? Or former Elite that would of souled
their bodies and souls to our destroyers which caused the deluge.
We could be seeing a repeat scenario in less than a couple decades, With Transhumanism reaching critical milestones at this time.
Should we be worried that what ever caused these giants to become so scarce in the 10,000s of thousands compared to the millions it should be?
It's not likely these giants would pop up by traditional means. And besides, They are human like and not Ape like. Which is why they destroyed them.
Apes are on their own seperate linages and tho we are very similar we are different.
Apes or monkies don't have the ability to modulate words, Where did we evolve our ability to mimic sounds? And modulate sounds so that we can turn
them into words? We are more similar to Songbirds- parrots ravens ext in that reguard.
But our voice box is quite complex. It is usually the one characteristic besides bone shape and density that really stands out between the 2 species.
There are a number of seperating characteristics such as our eyes, Which are terrible for night vision where as all monkies and apes have eyes
developed for night vision.
The fact that monkies and apes can eat drink and breath at the same time and won't choke where as we can't do that lol.
We have to stop breathing when we swallow anything but apes have a completely different throat structure which allows them to shout so loud as well
since their throat is so open.
I could sit here all day and trash mainstreams goals of making humans believe they are smelly apes but i would be writing pages upon pages.
I could even talk about how Apes might have similar antigens to us but in no way do they operate the same way.
And monkies and apes don't have as *varried* of blood types as us.
28 separate studies showed that Chimpanzees have the blood types A and minimal O, but never B.
8 separate studies showed that Gorillas have the blood types B and minimal O, but never A.
There is NO blood type AB in either of the man-apes!
So how similar are our blood types?
Do primates have similar blood types to humans?
*Humans owe a lot to the Rhesus macaque.
This little monkey has provided insights into space travel, cloning and human behaviour.
But perhaps most importantly it first alerted scientists to the existence of the famous 'Rh factor' in human blood, a molecule that is either present
(Rh+) or absent (Rh-) on our red blood cells, says Dr Bruce Rideout from San Diego Zoo's Institute for Conservation Research.
The 'Rh' stands for the rhesus monkey because researchers recognised that this human blood antigen was similar to a rhesus monkey blood antigen.
Blood types have only been studied in a handful of primate species, but Rideout says Old World monkeys and apes have been shown to have blood types
comparable, although not identical, to the human ABO blood group system.
According to the Australian Red Cross there are more than 270 human blood antigens, belonging to over 30 blood group systems.
The two major blood group systems used in transfusions are the Rhesus factor and the ABO blood group system.
What blood type we have is determined by the molecules or antigens on the surface of our red blood cells.
For example in the ABO blood group system people with blood type A have one type of molecule, whereas people with blood type B have another. People
with blood type AB have both molecules on their red blood cells and people with blood type O have no molecules of this group present.
These antigens also have corresponding antibodies in our blood plasma to identify when foreign antigens are introduced into our bodies.
People with blood type A have anti-B antibodies, blood type B have anti-A antibodies, blood type AB have neither antibody and blood type O have
Antigens and antibodies become very important in matching blood for transfusions.
"If you don't match the donor and recipient blood type, the immune system of the recipient will recognise the transfused blood as a foreign invader
and will destroy all of the transfused blood cells," says Rideout.
"O-blood… can generally be transfused into any recipient because it lacks both the A and B molecules and the Rh factor, so there is nothing
important on the surface of the transfused blood cells that the recipient immune system will recognise as foreign," says Rideout.
With proper cross-matching you could theoretically do transfusions between closely-related species, like apes and humans, says Rideout.
But there are enough differences between ape and human ABO systems that could influence the success of a xenotransfusion.
Rideout says these differences have occurred because once human ancestors and other primates became reproductively isolated from one another the genes
that encode or regulate the presence of the molecules on the surface of red blood cells began to accumulate small mutations and drift away.
As the genetic mutations that occurred in one population didn't necessarily occur in the another, over time these changes have accumulated.
Even if we could overcome this evolutionary gap, most ape and primate species are either endangered or threatened.
So, with human blood supplies dwindling, some scientists have suggested humans may owe their lives to another mammal in the future: the pig. **
Now i have always said this. We are more similar to Pigs. Isn't it a bit strange that human meat tastes like pork?
How about how naked pigs are. They are almost hairless. Almost, but not quite.
We are made up of many different animals, or rather we could compare ourselves to many different animals. But we humans probably don't have a natural
Origin. Which is something the knowledge of these knowledge would contest.
It reinforces religion and the theory of Ancient aliens. Which is everything these simithonians don't want because such truths provide more questions
than Answers. But This account isn't based on actual events.
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