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skeletons in the closet...

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by MR. Slugworth, Jul 11, 2001.

  1. MR. Slugworth

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    skeletons in the closet...

    Discussion started by MR. Slugworth - Jul 11, 2001

    fossil bone of man were found in Ethiopia..
    these bones are up to one million or older than any fossil bones of man...
    scientist are now exploring the jungles of Ethiopia instead of the plains that they said where man evolved...
    sorry hopeless thinkers..they still look like man....no monkey business..
    but if you have more info...or comments...
    please do.....


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    The Transylvanian Vampire - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    thats insane,so that guy was around 1million years ago,crazy just thinking about that.

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  3. SPLINTER

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    SPLINTER - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    yo ethiopia is the shit man. i think rastas knew something about ethiopia when they decided to call it Zion(heaven on earth or just heaven). that is prolly where we all came from. and about the monkeys they do look a little monkey like but you cant expect a chimp cuz what we evolved from is different, its homanid.
     
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    MR. Slugworth - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    Ethiopia stretch forth her hands...
    these bones are 5.8 million years old...they are about a million years older than any other bones of man ever found....
    getting closer....

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    boogie hands - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    hhhhahhahahha....turb burglar....that is absolutly the funniest thing i have heard in a while.....you dont know how hard i laughed reading that....potty humor is great, thanks

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    kg - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    damn thats alot of years

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    neahs_number - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    WE finally found adams boNES!!!!! WEHHHEWWW... HOW EXITING...OH WAIT NOT REALLY....BUT....GOZILLA KNOWS WHERE THE GREEN BANANA GROWS........?....... THAT SCULL CANT BE HUMAN..BONE 5.8MILLION}}}PROBABLY A MUMMY IF IT EVER WAS HUMAN...A MUMMY OF WONDER....NEAT
     
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    Fox Mulder - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    lets see the article.

    just because scientists say it doesn't mean its true. anyone remember the scientists who discovered cold fusion? and made a huge media fuss. turned out it was fake but the scientists ended up with millions. i think they are in some nuetral country now.
     
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    MR. Slugworth - Replied Jul 11, 2001

    there's going to be a special on cnn tomarrow..called nature..or somethin...im too lazy to look on the net...i probably will though...
     
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    drewWrite - Replied Jul 12, 2001

    is it human, or one of the species that led to humans, like the astralopithicuses?
     
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    MR. Slugworth - Replied Jul 12, 2001

    its human....they found some bones and teeth...going back to ethiopia...searching the jungle climate.....instead of cow raising fields where they believed man evolved.....
    it really has my mind on a boggle.....

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    SleepOnIt - Replied Jul 12, 2001

    they found those in gravel pits, the bones found were i think a piece of jaw, and maybe some teeth...they called it the piltdown man. i just got done with a book called unraveling the piltdown man, it is an antithesis, knowwamean? it has alot of interesting points, but i kind of disregard them because of motive....they believe that evolution theory and the piltdown man are part of a plot to undermine christianity...sillys. so yeah.
     
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    EatMorGlue - Replied Jul 12, 2001

    it's not an australopithecus because the article i scanned in the paper said it was not as ape-like as other specimens, which would include australopithecenes. the problem with anthopology is that a lot of this stuff is released to the media by the research team when the article is release in scientific journals, before the data and bones are scrutinized by the rest of the scientific community. it could end up that in 6 months or a year there will be an article on page 20A saying how new evidence showed this is just the earliest homo habilis ever discovered instead the possible new specie they're alluding to now. keep in mind, they are deciding this based on some teeth and a few bones from at least five different bodies, not a complete or even near-complete skeleton. but whatever it ends up being, a 5.8 million year old hominid find is still big stuff.
     
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    SleepOnIt - Replied Jul 12, 2001

    im not argueing with facts. just offering another point of view. its good to be on both sides of the fence when it comes to things like that.
     
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    tow up from tha flow up ! - Replied Jul 12, 2001

    You know what wierd's me out? Thinking that maybe that crazy old bone belonged to me in one of my past lives. Not so much that the bone would have been mine, but just the fact that people with my brain and body (or close to anyway) actually lived that long ago.. when fucking was procreation, and killing was for food. I wish we could find one frozen and bring it back to life, like Encino Man. I really want to know what used to make 'people' happy back then, or if love even existed, and how long mothers stayed with their children. So many questions, so little answers to be found in a tooth. Wouldn't it be wierd if we brought one back to life and he could walk through buildings, fly, and communicate through ESP? Then we found out that everything we ever really saw or thought about was only a figment of our imagination and nothing really exsisted the way we thought it did? Think about it, a lot of conditioning and brainwashing can go on in 5 million years.

    I'm gonna go write a script for a sci fi movie now.


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