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#1    cyrus11

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 03:35 AM

just a wierd thought.. the dinos have been dominating earth for 120 million years, is it possible they have evolved a humanoid being capable of technology and space travel..that they fled earth before the asteroid impacts all, krypton style? anyways.. you must be thinking. well if they did evolve into technological capable species, why arent any of their ruins left behind? for one thing what if it was their choice to not leave anything behind in case mammals takes over the planets while they are gone and decide to evolve into people and start reverse engineering their technology and one day use it back against them when they come back.... haha who knows.. but its an interesting thought tho..it only took apes couple of million years to evolve into people..and only 40 thousand years ago we started becoming modern.. and it only took us 100 years from shuttling across the oceans to shuttling to the moon...  
dinos that lived in trees might have counterparts to the mammalian monkeys or apes.. that eventually lead these into man.. so within that 120 million years, it's a possibility  grin2.gif


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Posted 12 February 2007 - 04:03 AM

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just a wierd thought.. the dinos have been dominating earth for 120 million years, is it possible they have evolved a humanoid being capable of technology and space travel..that they fled earth before the asteroid impacts all, krypton style? anyways.. you must be thinking. well if they did evolve into technological capable species, why arent any of their ruins left behind? for one thing what if it was their choice to not leave anything behind in case mammals takes over the planets while they are gone and decide to evolve into people and start reverse engineering their technology and one day use it back against them when they come back.... haha who knows.. but its an interesting thought tho..it only took apes couple of million years to evolve into people..and only 40 thousand years ago we started becoming modern.. and it only took us 100 years from shuttling across the oceans to shuttling to the moon...  
dinos that lived in trees might have counterparts to the mammalian monkeys or apes.. that eventually lead these into man.. so within that 120 million years, it's a possibility  grin2.gif

Its not a possibilty, they evolved into birds, they wouldn't have cared if the mammals took over because nearly all where very small and very small in relation to the largest dinosaurs, there is nothing to suggest such an animal evolved like any evidence of any dead of such a species no dinosaur has a brain cavity large enough to support your speculation or any that fit the physical idea you describe. It also took us 450 years from trans-oceanic travel to lunar travel.
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Posted 12 February 2007 - 04:12 AM

true true... it would be cool tho if those beings did evolve.
however, if it were to be true and they did evolve and there are fossils of them....do you think the political/religious leaders of the most powerful nation on earth would let that tidbit to be made public?
that would make their precious bible and creation wrong and they'd lose their power.  grin2.gif
but, you are correct, i don't think any organism of that caliber would have had a chance to evolve before us homo sapiens. never by a long shot.


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Posted 12 February 2007 - 12:03 PM

I would have thought it would be easier for an advanced race to divert an asteroid than it would be to perform space travel.

The other thing is that intelligence and civilisation go together. Why Aren't dinos buried together or with artifacts?

On this theory we really could have the cow flying over the moon in x 1000 years.

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 02:51 PM

read a short story once looong time ago, might have some details wrong but basically:

he was a cop and the world kinda blew up around him, all the cities gone and people killed off... then some space ships came and dumped off a bunch of dinosaurs.  fast forward hundred thousands of years and some archeologists find a gun hundreds of thousands of years old with that cop's name etched in it.


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Posted 13 February 2007 - 02:22 AM

sounds like carnivores, its a gamr for PC, i have 1,2, abd ice age. but to get to the point, interesting idea, totally impossible, there would have been SOME evidence despite their best eforts to destroy it. sounds like a good short storey. try to find it and post ti, i would like to read it.  they evolved into birds and those who didn't died. end of storey. besides, why would they want to come back here? global worming, bush, wars, and polution. not that the previously stated bush cares.

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Posted 13 February 2007 - 10:31 PM

not possible,there could be some remaining ones,but probably not very big ones


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Posted 13 February 2007 - 11:01 PM

thats not possible either. they evolved or died. its been millions of years and we have explores almost every reach of this planet. THERE ARE NO MORE DINOSAURS

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Posted 14 February 2007 - 09:58 PM

actually we still have a lot of places where we haven't explored yet


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Posted 15 February 2007 - 01:12 AM

Lol, its more likely we evolved from a sea creature of sorts.  Considering in the early stages of our development in our mothers tummies we have gills which close up.


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Posted 16 February 2007 - 12:48 AM

all land vertibreates have. we evovled from fish.

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Posted 16 February 2007 - 10:35 PM

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all land vertibreates have. we evovled from fish.



which evolved from microscopic creatures

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Posted 17 February 2007 - 03:12 AM

wich evovled from, um, unsure.gif  coral? or whatever thos dome things in australia are. or is it algea that was the first living thing. thats in australia too

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Posted 19 February 2007 - 12:50 PM

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wich evovled from, um, unsure.gif  coral? or whatever thos dome things in australia are. or is it algea that was the first living thing. thats in australia too

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 10:14 PM

YES! thats it original.gif  thumbsup.gif !

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