Dude, posting a picture of a model does nothing. Nemo Remjet made something far more likely with his avesapiens.
Nemo, and many other REAL speculative biologists and artists all agree that it is silly to have an upright smart dinosaur when 565 million years of
dinosaur evolution has produced nothing but smarter and smarter dinosaurs on the same bipedal, horizontal back framework.
Animals do not change their entire frame work just because they get smarter. And it's well known that humans only walk upright because they evolved
too fast for their brains. If Greys and Reptilians are more advanced then use, their probably older too, meaning they had more time to evolve, and
probably less necessity to adapt to a growing brain size.
And it doesn't matter what kind of planet it is. It could be a clone of of Earth. But if that clone of Earth is just a few miles different in orbit,
the KT extinction event may never have happened. Dinosaurs would still rule, and the feathered raptors would rule the world. Make the orbit just ever
so slightly less wobbling then the earth and the ice age never happens, man kind is never challenged to near extinction to create our creativity and
imagination, and we are all still homo erectus.
All these tiny tiny details that just one mile change would prevent from happening add up to a great extent.
I say look at Earth. Only we an penguins are upright bipedal. In the billions of years of life on earth, only 3 species I recall ever walked upright.
The aforementioned and Therizinosaur. That means in the billions
of species that have come and gone on this one little planet, only 3 have
walked upright, and of those two, only one evolved a big brain.
Now take the math a different way. Look around and see all the diversity of life with smarter brains. They come in radical shapes and sizes. They
range from a tiny crow, to a massive whale, to the limbless cuttle fish, to the a thundering elephant, to a opportunistic hunter called man. And
that's only today. Imagine all the species that have come and gone in all kinds of diversity that had better smarts.
The point is simple, you are wrong. The bipedal upright shape of man is only good for a creature that rapidly evolved a big brain and needed to hunt
meat. If a cuttle fish with no limbs at all can be smarter then a dog, then you are also wrong about thumbs. Because you need limbs to have thumbs,
and the dog is one up on that, but yet the cuttle fish is smarter. Not only that, but the walking cuttle fish, which has evolved limb-like appendages
is less smart then it's limbless larger relative.
In the end, these science articles that you post are wrong, because just walk out the door and you see all the different things of Earth that are
Greys and reptilians simply do not go in line with science. What we discover now shows more and more so that the universe is a random machine that
generates random things.
The planets in our solar system alone which have the potential for living things to grow on include Europa, Titan, Mars, Venus, and Earth. Those
worlds are radically different, yet we know from life on Earth that life could exist there. That's in just our solar system. Take a chance to look at
other solar systems and just think of the diversity.
The universe is not unilateral. Everything is different. The potential for things to repeat themselves exists, but not near each other. Nor at the
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