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Dinosaurs lived for millions of years, where the hell did they come from?
Forty million to 600 million years after the solar system formed, Earth had water and a crust, and was ready for life. We know this because geologists have found rocks that are 4.3 billion years old and include minerals that required abundant water to form. It appears, then, that the answer to the question, "When and how did our planet become conducive to life?" is "very early, and we still have much to learn."
originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
a reply to: sweetypie215
I'm with ya. The whole notion that we're the first real civilization is nothing short of absurd.
originally posted by: AgarthaSeedAnthropologists usually have a better idea, but still get labelled as "fringe" the second they even mention Atlantis or Lemuria. ( neither of which were myths IMO. )
originally posted by: sweetypie215
The civilization we are living in currently has existed for 12,000 years supposedly, that means that there could have existed 333,333 possible other civilizations before us.
Laws of probability suggest that there were at least some other intelligent life on this planet, even if you just take 1%, heck just 1/2 %.
The amount of pole flips and displacement of water have buried many of them, but there are inklings and evidence to suggest this is entirely likely and true.
All religions and cultures with stories of a great flood, and that is only in our recent history, recent being the past 12000 years.
Most species of animal on this planet have a direct correlation to dinosaurs except humans.
Before dinosaurs existed, what if there was a civilization where they annihilated themselves with nuclear weapons and the animals that survived became dinosaurs due to radiation exposure and the humans became giants?