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The Nagas and the Reptilian Extraterrestrials

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Erno86
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The dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period were proven to have a warm blooded system, though different than the warm blooded system of mammals. Therefore...I'm speculating that any dinosauroid humanoid that evolved on a different star system on a goldilocks planet, would not be a so called cold blooded reptilian, but a warm blooded dinosauroid, that should have the capability to eventually discover the technology for interstellar travel --- that is --- if the race lived long enough to evolve into highly intelligent sentient beings.

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9 hours ago, Harte said:

I realize that AO.

I was responding to Jaylemurph's post concerning the OP.

Harte

Harte sorry for the confusion dude....

 

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5 hours ago, Erno86 said:

The dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period were proven to have a warm blooded system, though different than the warm blooded system of mammals. Therefore...I'm speculating that any dinosauroid humanoid that evolved on a different star system on a goldilocks planet, would not be a so called cold blooded reptilian, but a warm blooded dinosauroid, that should have the capability to eventually discover the technology for interstellar travel --- that is --- if the race lived long enough to evolve into highly intelligent sentient beings.

Also assuming that there is such a technology for interstellar travel.

Harte

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