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1 posted on 08/18/2010 11:32:30 AM PDT by decimon
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To: SunkenCiv

Sallie told Hallie ping.


2 posted on 08/18/2010 11:33:18 AM PDT by decimon
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To: decimon

Wow, it only took 4,000 years to clear these guys.


3 posted on 08/18/2010 11:34:00 AM PDT by Smokin' Joe (How often God must weep at humans' folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing.)
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To: decimon

So it was climate change?

That means that humans definitely caused their demise; only humans cause climate change.


4 posted on 08/18/2010 11:35:08 AM PDT by DBrow
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To: decimon

Why did I just think of Michelle Zero????


5 posted on 08/18/2010 11:35:19 AM PDT by geege
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To: decimon

Ruminant herbivores survived, non-ruminants were wiped out.

Try proposing a theory explaining that.


7 posted on 08/18/2010 11:41:23 AM PDT by Snickering Hound
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To: decimon
Interesting, but it must have then just been a coincidence that wherever man has arrived at lands previously uninhabited, there has been a major extinction of much of the mega-fauna?

I mean, the mammoth lived in North America for thousands of years, then Clovis man shows up, we see Clovis points stuck in the butt of mammoths, then we don't seem to find any more mammoths.

Now I am not saying that such evidence CONCLUSIVELY shows anything! But the extinction of much of the mega-fauna coinciding so clearly with human habitation seems to paint a compelling picture.

8 posted on 08/18/2010 11:45:29 AM PDT by allmendream (Income is EARNED not distributed. So how could it be re-distributed?)
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To: decimon
Woolly mammoth extinction 'not linked to humans'

Well hell and here I thought it was due to neandrethals driving Ford Explorers and not worrying about their "carbon footprint." Next some one is going to say that global warming is the result of solar cycles and not our current standard of living.

9 posted on 08/18/2010 11:47:29 AM PDT by from occupied ga (Your most dangerous enemy is your own government,)
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To: decimon

I have always proclaimed my innocence.


11 posted on 08/18/2010 11:52:58 AM PDT by paulycy (Demand Constitutionality Now: Islamo-Marxism is Evil.)
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To: decimon
Ice core samples taken in Greenland indicate that massive vulcanism occurred 11,600 years ago.

The famous Beresovka mammoth, excavated by Otto Herz and E. W. Pfizenmayer and shipped back to St. Petersburg, Russia in 1902, first drew attention to the preserving properties of being quick-frozen when buttercups were found in its mouth and undigested food in its stomach. (Pfizenmayer, 1939) This was no gradual shift in temperature—it had to be both sudden and drastic!

22 posted on 08/18/2010 12:40:08 PM PDT by smokingfrog (freerepublic.com - Thanks JimRob! The flags are back! - 8/17/2010.)
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To: decimon

I’ve got a beautiful Benchmade Gold-class knife with a woolly mammoth ivory handle.

It’s breathtaking. :-)


40 posted on 08/18/2010 4:51:07 PM PDT by Ramius (Personally, I give us... one chance in three. More tea?)
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The Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes: Flood, Fire, and Famine in the History of Civilization The Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes:
Flood, Fire, and Famine
in the History of Civilization

by Richard Firestone,
Allen West, and
Simon Warwick-Smith


44 posted on 08/18/2010 8:52:37 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ("Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others." -- Otto von Bismarck)
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45 posted on 08/18/2010 8:52:58 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ("Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others." -- Otto von Bismarck)
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46 posted on 08/18/2010 8:57:28 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ("Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others." -- Otto von Bismarck)
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47 posted on 08/18/2010 9:00:10 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ("Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others." -- Otto von Bismarck)
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To: decimon

I’ve said this over and over.

The casualties of trying to take down a mammoth would have been so large, it simply would not have been worth it.

The American Indians would not have been able to even make so much as a dent in the bison population without firearms.

You telling me half a dozen dudes with loincloths and sandals and spears are gonna take down a PO’d 5 ton male mammoth?
Get real!!


51 posted on 08/18/2010 10:12:21 PM PDT by djf (They ain't "immigrants". They're "CRIMMIGRANTS"!!!!)
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Isn’t it a weird coincidence that the mammoths disappeared at PRECISELY the same time that Eric Von Daniken posits that aliens from outer space last visited the earth?

And isn’t it a coincidence that Mankind needed these wooly mammoths out of its way in orcer to take over the Earth as planned by this same Master Race of unknown aliens?

And isn’t it a very convenient coincidence that the Nazca lines (which everyone knows are the outlines of spaceport landing strips seen only from miles into space) would be necessary for spaceships to land as space traveling Noah’s Arks for transporting wooly mammoths off the Earth?

And isnt it a coincidence that scientists are about to CLONE the wooly mammoth to bring their race back to Earth in a desperate cry for the return of our Gods from outer Space to RETURN?

I have been noting the prominence of wooly mammoth stories on this forum for several years now. Isn’t it strange that nowhere else on the internet do you see post after post of stories about wooly mammoths.

Is it just coincidence that the ruler of this forum has taken the name “Sunken Civ”, a hidden clue that he is from Atlantis? Or that his job is to produce these wooly mammoth stories in a forum titled GODS,GLYPHS and GRAVES? He’s one of THEN I tell you!

Can’t anyone else see the connections and put this all together> These aren’t coincidences but proof that we are about to be visited by the Gods once more in the END DAYS.

Coincidences???? I think not.


52 posted on 08/18/2010 10:27:47 PM PDT by wildbill (You're just jealous because the Voices talk only to me.)
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To: decimon

So this was not Bush’s fault after all?

Gunner


60 posted on 08/19/2010 10:42:07 AM PDT by weps4ret (Where is John Galt?)
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To: decimon

Thank heaven!
I’m sorry about the ozone layer, though.


62 posted on 08/20/2010 8:38:35 AM PDT by Silentgypsy (Employing freedom of speech/expression in order to condemn freedom of speech/expression¬ógo figure..)
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