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Only 5% of the ocean floors have been explored, none excavated. The iceage scrubbed the continents. There was once one big land mass that split apart. You can look at Google sattelite and see where continents were likely but are under water now. We don't have the technology to dig in the ocean depths. New discoveries are a daily occurence. We were unable to prove the existance of giant octupus until 2003. Ancient civilizations did not nescesarily use the same technology we have today. There is no reason to believe they did not have a better technology than electricity. Magnetics/sound waves/etc. Over half of North America was scrubbed by 1 mile of ice. Mountain ranges were created. We have not looked under those mountains. Nobody can say with any certainty that we have found all evidence of past civilizations. We can actually say with certainty that we have not excavated 95% of the planet. I doubt we had cellphones, but we could have been advanced.
iPhones that are killing all the bees with microwave radiation
Humans better than dinosaurss? Hardly.
keep talking and the foot just goes deeper. you are a typical Pye detractor. you guys think that by making jokes and nit picking superfluous (how's that big word?) issues that you are making a valid point. Well so far none of you has a reasonable argument against any of what has been done with this subject. You obviously haven't got a clue what's going on with the brain model, so much for sounding like you know what you're talking about
way to avoid the responsibility of explaining how you know it didn't or isn't happening. can you explain the different features of the Starchild brain? obviously you don't even know what that is about either so are we going to now try and swing for strike three?
We as a species are quite frankly an evolutionary disaster, looking from a strictly survivalist viewpoint.
Tools are for WEAKLING species.
Why would a giant lizard need a sky scraper?
Why aren't humans better as a species then? We've not been around for long enough. We aren't really all that 'smart' either. We might be 'intelligent' but we are pretty stupid. Smart and Intelligent sound like the same thing, but are they really?
A lion is hunting ...
In conclusion, dinosaurs may or may not have had advanced technologies. Arguments for why maybe are that they had a very long time to adapt and become intelligent. Arguments for not are that they simply did not require them for their long-term and short-term survival and thus never developed the kind of intelligence required to use tools.