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Homo erectus and Dinosaurs?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Spiderman, Jan 20, 2022.

  1. Spiderman

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    Do you believe homo sapiens or those humanoid homo erection (homo erectus or whatever they were :p )folks lived in the good old days back when earth was covered by Dinosaurs and the ocean was swimming with toothed monsters the size of many school buses combined?

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    If so, If homo erectus had to live in such a world, it sounds like homo erectus lived in a more dysfunctional horrifying world than the one currently.

    I call it homo erectus dysfunction! :p.

    What do you think some of the challenges were for those people?

    I'm aware many don't see evidence homo erectus dated as far back as many of the Dinosaurs, but I'm just asking your opinion on it, and if they did, what your thoughts of life for them might be like?
     
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    I'd be surprised if they didn't adapt to living primarily underground.
     
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  3. The Hammer

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    As you said there is no evidence of a Homo species or Australopithecus species that far back.
     
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  4. Spiderman

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    Some people insist differently, but as I stated in OP, lack of evidence, but scientists also declare they don't know how to guarantee accuracy on dating some skulls and fossils
     
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    What do you mean it couldn't have happened? Here's proof...

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    Not to mention
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  8. Father Heathen

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    Did you know that the period between humans and t-rex is shorter than the period between t-rex and stegosaurus?
     
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  9. SA Huguenot

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    Where are the white Baboons?
    This is a very racist post!;)
     
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  10. SA Huguenot

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    Interesting.
    Were your great grans also apes?
     
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    Twilight Hue Twilight, not bright nor dark, good nor bad.

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    No. We would be physically different had that been the case in the rich 02 environment of early earth.

    It's why these type of arguments are typically silly when normal human physicality is used around those silly dinosaurs tracks that YECs use so much to say humans walked with dinosaurs.
     
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    If dinosaurs had not gone extinct long ago before primates emerged, I doubt humans would have become the dominant species. I suppose if dinosaurs did not go extinct when they did, reptilians instead of great apes very well might have become the dominant species on Earth..

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  13. Aupmanyav

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    Then one would have seen the dinos digging the earth to get the human ants.
     
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  14. Aupmanyav

    Aupmanyav Be your own guru

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    'power of women'.
     
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  15. Aupmanyav

    Aupmanyav Be your own guru

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    During the Dino times, there were Eutheriodontia (240 million years ago). Cynodontia > Mammals > primates > Homos came much later.

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Eutheriodontia (2), Cynodontia.
     
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    I'm not convinced this guy can do much, with those little arms...
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  17. SA Huguenot

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    I read the book, to big to walk.
    https://www.amazon.com/Too-Big-Walk-Science-Dinosaurs/dp/0008311072

    This was an eye opening revelation, and would explain why dinosaurs were built the way they were.
    T Rex was also an aquatic lake animal, and ysed his small front legs to hold food, not to catch.

    Funny that the Biblical description of a wet, and flatter surfaced marsh land co incides with this information.
     
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  18. Aupmanyav

    Aupmanyav Be your own guru

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    They are little only in the image, and were powerful and, more importantly, sufficient for their purpose. T. Rex was bi-pedal. Arms were not for moving around.

     
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    No, this is silly "Flintstones" nonsense. The dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. Homo erectus only appeared on the scene about 2 million years ago.
     
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    There is overwhelming evidence that the dinosaurs died out when science says they did and equally strong evidence that apes did not arise until tens of millions of years later. Difficulty in dating one or two fossils does not alter that.
     
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