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    Default Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    The title sort of leads onto other musings...

    Reptiles have been around a lot longer than humanoids on Earth.

    Would reptiles have gone through the same 'learning curve' as humans?

    Would this mean they 'evolved' far beyond an iguana chasing around insects?

    Would Universal Law mean they had the chance to 'expand' their consciousness?

    Has anyone heard or been told by any source of our planets previous occupants 'impact' on the solar system?

    Could this explain the reptilian influence from abductees testimonies?

    Would this mean that both positive and negative reptiles 'evolved' beyond our 3d density landscape? Or only negative?

    Would ancient myths of dragons account for the above?

    Nothing happens by 'accident', did the dinosaur extinction (as we've been told) happen due to a natural disaster, or did they evolve beyond our 3d density/awareness?

    If it was a (pre-planned) natural disaster, was this for the greater-good of the Universe, or was it from a negative/control standpoint?

    To think that humanoids are the first life forms on Earth to reach this 'pinnacle' is a most human way to think, and of course all religions, education, governments would scoff at any suggestion otherwise - and I would say that is by design - but who's design?

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    Default Re: Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    I remember reading some years back, that the remains were found to have recently eaten food within them. So whatever happened it must have been very sudden.
    Many reasons given-Super volcanic eruption blanketing the sun--so instant freeze--or meteorite in the Gulf--take your pick.

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    Default Re: Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    in 2063 McDonalds gain the first licence to "hunt" dinosaurs after the advent of time travel.
    Our Grand Children eat em all with fries !!

    As to what really happened to them - your guess is as good as mine but I wouldn't even discount the possibility of the above being right as implausible as it sounds !

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    Default Re: Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    I'm not even sure they did become extinct. They wern't really reptiles.



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    Default Re: Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    I reckon most of them were chimeras with nephilim DNA, wiped out during the great flood (that's why you can find their bones all over the earth) - which in turn caused the atmospheric pressure to drop tremendously, making it near impossible to carry on living long and gigantic lives after the flood.

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    I actually have a bit of a hard time believing they didn't evolve into bipedal, reptilian versions of hominids - it would seem the natural progression of evolution.

    Maybe the "reptilians" we refer to as "aliens" are actually our ancient ancestors. Maybe they are the famed "dragons" of ancient lore. Maybe they moved underground and off earth to avoid conflict with ancient humans - maybe the destruction of Atlantis happened as a result of this conflict.

    There's a conspiracy theory for each of those, I just threw them altogether.
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    Default Re: Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    Too funny, uzn!!

    Whatever the Great Catastrophe was; may be that the change in atmospheric pressure, etc., no longer would support their huge bodies?

    There are some who say that we still have them with us today; just not in HUGE bodies! I suppose there are as many "explanations" as there are people!!

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    [I]' If it was a (pre-planned) natural disaster, was this for the greater-good of the Universe, or was it from a negative/control standpoint'?[/I

    I have a feeling that their time had simply come - maybe to make way for other life-forms to have their turn? Very simplistic I know.
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    I read recently, somewhere, that after a genetic study the results showed that nearly all of Earth's animal species appeared at the same time.

    Ahhhh.......... here it is.

    Massive Genetic Study Reveals 90 Percent Of Earth’s Animals Appeared At The Same Time

    https://www.techtimes.com/articles/2...-same-time.htm

    I can't agree with this statement though, (bolding mine):-
    Quote More specifically, they found out that 9 out of 10 animal species on the planet came to being at the same time as humans did some 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.

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    Years ago I did read a statement by some scientist that certain, relatively small bodied Dino’s had reached a brain size and condition, that if they had carried on living, they could well have evolved to our level or higher.

    They already had better hunting capabilities than us, size strength, so if they carried on evolving into group-hunter-gatherers and then on into settled farming with domestication, a similar path to us, they would be here now not us and we would be pets or food.

    Just suppose they had developed ‘Telepathy’, they could have well supposed us in comparison to our path.

    I think we have been led to believe we are the pinnacle (Soul wise we are) of evolution but really we are just bio-engineered slave machines and because of the ‘Soul’ we are worth keeping by our makers.

    Nearly if not all reports of alien interaction says suggests they are ‘Telepathic’
    We are mental midgets, cripples as far as ‘telepathy’ goes, and we are very low on that evolutionary path.

    I think some Dino’s where saved and or evolved to higher levels than us, where are they now, are they here or do they visit us?

    Maybe the Dino's where our makers?

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    I'm sure 'gravity' must've played a part in some sense in order for those terrible lizards to be able to move. Is there any evidence that the forces at play were any weaker during that time?

    sunny-side-up:

    Quote We are mental midgets, cripples as far as ‘telepathy’ goes, and we are very low on that evolutionary path.
    I dunno, I think our telepathic skills are 'educated' out of us by the school and social systems. Telepathy seems to be very strong in young children...... losing that skill as we enter said systems.
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    Default Re: Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    My favorite dinosaur-and-asteroid cartoon. (But do a search... there are many more)

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    Quote Posted by Bluegreen (here)


    I just love Gary Larson's stuff!!

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    Couldn't resist...

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    You've started something, Bill!



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    Default Re: Dinosaurs - Anyone Know A 'Valid' Reason For Their Extinction?

    all cartoons aside, reptiles are the one one species that have never, ever evolved; alligators and crocodiles are the remnants of dinosoars; should we also throw in snakes, iguanas. etc. into that category?

    not only that but no primates, cats, dogs, etc. have evolved much over the millenia- none have learned how to speak among many other things-

    only we homo sapiens sapiens have evolved-

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    Quote Posted by The Crimson Horse Blanket (here)
    I'm sure 'gravity' must've played a part in some sense in order for those terrible lizards to be able to move. Is there any evidence that the forces at play were any weaker during that time?
    Intriguingly, one hypothesis is that the Earth has been slowly and steadily growing in size — and with it, its gravity. See this thread:
    It's near-impossible to think of any physical mechanism to explain this, but the jigsaw puzzle pieces of the moving continents do fit quite well.

    Separately, it's believed many of the large plant-eating dinosaurs (brontosaurus, diplodocus, brachiosaurus, etc) spent a lot of time in shallow water, rather like giant hippopotami, where their great weight would have been partially supported.

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    A destroyer comet , changed the hours of the earth day and it's rotation , passing by earth every 575.5 years ... Depending upon earth's position the destroyer hurled seabeds out of their normal paths ... later in history this same comet it is said to have been responsible for the plagues of Egypt , bringing our moon to earth , and changing the orbits of Mars and Venus ... my source - the plejaren leader Ptaah ... the dinosaurs were victims of the destroyer comet , which was accidentally brought to our universe by the forefathers of the plejaren... this is what they say i can't prove any of it ...
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