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Calling all Cryptozoology Experts

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posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 02:35 AM
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You may be aware of the following thread.

Did Humans and Dinosaurs Coexist?Yes.

If not, I am asking any experts here to join the discussion so that we can work out whether or not the statement is true or plausible.

Also, just to let you know;

“Because of the great discussion on this thread, our own JohnnyAnonymous has booked a special guest for this Saturdays episode of ATS LIVE!

None other than Michael Cremo of "Forbidden Archaeology" will be on the show to discuss dinosaurs and humans and many other topics of interest to this discussion.”

Anyway, one more note, please stick to the question and try not to get bogged down with the other stuff.

Cheers




posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 02:40 AM
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Shouldn't be a new thread about this, but my opinion is that we did walk with dinosaurs, evidence supports that, official statement that say otherwise are speculative.

Any ancient civilization that uses a dinosaur in their art has clearly seen a living dinosaur creature, period.



posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 02:47 AM
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If you were ever standing next to a full size Komodo Dragon or sitting on the bank of a river with
a 22 foot long Nile crocodile.....you would agree that man and dinosaurs are still side by side.

And they think we are tasty.
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posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 02:50 AM
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Originally posted by myselfaswell
Also, just to let you know;

“Because of the great discussion on this thread, our own JohnnyAnonymous has booked a special guest for this Saturdays episode of ATS LIVE!

None other than Michael Cremo of "Forbidden Archaeology" will be on the show to discuss dinosaurs and humans and many other topics of interest to this discussion.”


Thanks for the heads up



posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 03:17 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi

Any ancient civilization that uses a dinosaur in their art has clearly seen a living dinosaur creature, period.


What makes that true? As I said in the other thread when old map makers put dragons and sea serpents on their maps does that mean they have clearly seen a living dragon or sea serpent "period?"



posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 04:43 AM
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As I said in the other thread when old map makers put dragons and sea serpents on their maps does that mean they have clearly seen a living dragon or sea serpent "period?"


There are monster squid, massive sharks, whales and other dangers out in the sea for the early explorers and many of them did not return home. Not as many around as there use to be with fishing and whaling picking up. Still a lot of mysteries and dangers around in the deep sea.

While these creatures on sea maps may not have been an accurate representation as the stories and lore spread around, they are not entirely inaccurate either. If you saw a heard of whales breaking the surface and was not exactly sure what it was, thinking it was a massive serpent snaking its way through the see is not unreasonable.
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posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 02:35 AM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow

Originally posted by JibbyJedi

Any ancient civilization that uses a dinosaur in their art has clearly seen a living dinosaur creature, period.


What makes that true? As I said in the other thread when old map makers put dragons and sea serpents on their maps does that mean they have clearly seen a living dragon or sea serpent "period?"


If old map makers put dragons and sea serpents on their maps, and then 400 years later we find the remains of sea creatures that current technology says would look identical to those on the maps ... logic would dictate the map makers were drawing creatures that had been observed yes? Or would you say wow that is an amazing cooincidence, how did they get so many details right on creatures that had never been seen before?

Drawings do not dictate the animal is real. Real creatures being accurately depicted is strong evidence that the creatures were known to the artist. To suggest otherwise is sheer ignorance. The question now shifts from if they were known to HOW they were known.
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