Originally posted by Hanslune
i also want to mention the evolution stuff and monkeys.. we dont come from apes.. not even close.. something got to do with the shape of the base of the spine makes it impossible
Well said unfortunately are skeletons and DNA says we are closely related to our ape cousins. "Shape of the base of the spine"? Got anything a bit more concrete on that comment?
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Originally posted by daz__
reply to post by TheBorg
wanted to bring you back to a point you mentioned earlier about a great big whollly mammoth that was found in the artic/antartica.. wrong on both counts.
the actual place the animal was found was in the siberian thundra.. and not only one but thousands.of them.
and they had been battered to death as well as flash frozen with the little old butter cups in their mouths..
well if what they are suggestiong is true and that siberia was once located in a more temperate zone, no a tropical zone.. how can this be..
Originally posted by TheBorg
I'd be more interested in the lakes that supposedly haven't been exposed to the elements in some 100,000 years or so. That, right there, leaves lots of room for new discovery. I'm anxious to see what's down there. Who knows, in the process, we may find a pyramid at the bottom of one of those lakes. Now, how cool would THAT be??