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Old 25-08-2011, 01:26 PM   #181
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Okay forget the height thing.

But look at the difference in how we are structures from Eskimos who have adapted and evolved to live in colder climates compared to say someone from UK.

Eskimos actually have bigger a nasal passage ways then most other humans on the planet because they have to warm the cold air they breath, the larger passage ways allow for more air to be heated before it enters the lungs.

Some geneticists believe that one of the reasons African Americans (NO offense intended) Black skinned peoples are much better at paced running and endurance events at the Olympics is because of an evolution in their part of the world which provided their ancestors with the strength and speed needed to catch food in a country with very harsh climates.

Evolution is all around us, you only have to look. So many people are stuck on the whole "why are apes still in trees and crocs still in the water". You just need to open your eyes and actually look and you will see how evolution has shaped our world.
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Old 25-08-2011, 04:21 PM   #182
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Okay forget the height thing.

But look at the difference in how we are structures from Eskimos who have adapted and evolved to live in colder climates compared to say someone from UK.

Eskimos actually have bigger a nasal passage ways then most other humans on the planet because they have to warm the cold air they breath, the larger passage ways allow for more air to be heated before it enters the lungs.

Some geneticists believe that one of the reasons African Americans (NO offense intended) Black skinned peoples are much better at paced running and endurance events at the Olympics is because of an evolution in their part of the world which provided their ancestors with the strength and speed needed to catch food in a country with very harsh climates.

Evolution is all around us, you only have to look. So many people are stuck on the whole "why are apes still in trees and crocs still in the water". You just need to open your eyes and actually look and you will see how evolution has shaped our world.


I read an article years ago that suggests that black athletes from the USA are overall better, stronger, faster, because they descend from people who were bred to be that way from slavery.


Also, dont Japanese people have a very low tolerance for dairy (milk) since their diet is mostly fish based, historically?
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Old 25-08-2011, 05:06 PM   #183
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Some geneticists believe that one of the reasons African Americans (NO offense intended) Black skinned peoples are much better at paced running and endurance events at the Olympics is because of an evolution in their part of the world which provided their ancestors with the strength and speed needed to catch food in a country with very harsh climates.
Kenyans are generally better runners because they live at higher altitude which means they breath thinner air. So, introduce a kenyan to an environment where the air isn't as thin and they will have better lung functioning than a person who lives at lower altitude.

As far as hunting is concerned, the advantage isn't strength or speed but rather endurance and being a bi-ped:

"Why did humans start running?

The researchers do not know why natural selection favored human ancestors who could run long distances. For one possibility, they cite previous research by University of Utah biologist David Carrier, who hypothesized that endurance running evolved in human ancestors so they could pursue predators long before the development of bows, arrows, nets and spear-throwers reduced the need to run long distances."

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Evolution is all around us, you only have to look. So many people are stuck on the whole "why are apes still in trees and crocs still in the water". You just need to open your eyes and actually look and you will see how evolution has shaped our world.
Evolution? Yes. Speciation? No.
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The Rocky Mountains (or Rockies) are a major mountain range in western North America. The Rocky Mountains stretch more than 3,000 miles (4,830 km) from the northernmost part of British Columbia, in western Canada, to New Mexico, in the southwestern United States. The range's highest peak is Mount Elbert located in Colorado at 14,440 feet (4,401 m) above sea level.

Moraine lake.
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The Rockies were formed from 80 to 55 million years ago by the Laramide orogeny. Since then, erosion by water and glaciers have sculpted the mountain range into dramatic valleys and peaks. At the end of the last ice age, humans started to inhabit the mountain range. After Europeans, such as Sir Alexander MacKenzie and the Lewis and Clark expedition, started to explore the range, minerals and furs drove the initial economic exploitation of the mountains, although the range never became densely populated.

Topographic map of the Bighorn Basin (highlighted in orange), formed by the Laramide Orogeny
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The still-earlier Nevadan orogeny of the late Jurassic — early Cretaceous.

The chronostratigraphic term "Jurassic" is directly linked to the Swiss Jura Mountains. Alexander von Humboldt (*1769, † 1859) recognized the mainly limestone dominated mountain range of the Swiss Jura Mountains as a separate formation that was not at the time included in the established stratigraphic system defined by Abraham Gottlob Werner (* 1749, † 1817) and named it “Jurakalk” in 1795. The name “Jura” is derived from the celtic root “jor” which was Latinised into “juria”, meaning forest (i.e. “Jura” is forest mountains)

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Gigandipus, a dinosaur footprint in the Lower Jurassic Moenave Formation at the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm, southwestern Utah.
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The Late Jurassic life of Tendeguru is very similar to that found in western North America's Morrison Formation

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The distinctive banding of the Morrison Formation, a group of rock layers that occur throughout Dinosaur National Monument and the source of fossils like those found at the Dinosaur Quarry
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In Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, the Morrison Formation was a major source of uranium ore.

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The English who settled colonial Virginia in the early 17th century recorded that the native Powhatan name for the Blue Ridge was Quirank. At the foot of the Blue Ridge, various tribes including the Sioux Manahoacs, the Iroquois, and the Shawnee hunted and fished
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The Blue Ridge Mountains began forming during the Silurian Period over 400 million years ago. Approx. 320 mya, North America and Europe collided, pushing the Blue Ridges up higher.

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Jurassic Park is a 1993 American science fiction thriller film[3] directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton. The film centers on the fictional Isla Nublar (Incorrect Spanish meant for "Cloudy Island", it would be "Isla Nublada" properly), in Costa Rica, where billionaire philanthropist John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) and a team of genetic scientists from his company have created an amusement park of cloned dinosaurs.

a futuristic theme park populated with dinosaurs cloned from DNA taken from fossilized mosquitoes preserved in amber.
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Jurassic Park is regarded as a landmark in the use of computer-generated imagery, and received positive reviews from critics, who praised the effects, though reactions to other elements of the picture, such as character development, were mixed. During its release, the film grossed more than $914 million worldwide, becoming the most successful film released up to that time (surpassing E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and surpassed 4 years later by Titanic), and it is currently the 15th highest grossing feature film (taking inflation into account, it is the 18th-highest-grossing film in North America). It is the most financially successful film for NBC Universal and Steven Spielberg.

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Cloning Dinosaurs: The Difficulties of Finding Complete DNA and a Surrogate Species

DNA is found in all the cells of all living organisms, and it is theoretically possible to find dinosaur DNA preserved in the fossilized bones of dinosaurs.

What is a 'Frozen Zoo'

A frozen zoo is a storage facility in which genetic materials taken from animals (e.g. DNA, sperm, eggs, and embryos) are gathered and thereafter stored at very low temperatures for optimal preservation over a long period of time (see cryopreservation). Some facilities also collect and cryopreserve plant material (usually seeds).

The 'frozen zoo' can be defined as a collection of animal genes in the form of frozen semen and embryos. In practical terms this is a collection of sperm-holding straws stored in liquid nitrogen tanks.

The Uses of the 'Frozen Zoo'



The genes from wild-caught endangered animals are very valuable as they will be needed to increase the founder population of breeding groups. Domestic cattle are constantly being improved genetically by means of artificial breeding. The advantage of speeding up the genetic progress in a breeding programme can similarly be used for exotic species. The frozen zoo could then provide the valuable material to produce genetically superior stock to that which natural breeding in one herd or colony could have produced. Furthermore, the production of genetically healthier animals will automatically reduce the inbreeding problems caused by loss of heterozygosity.

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Population

The area is sparsely populated with the highest concentration (a few hundred people) located at D'Silva forest station, the administrative headquarters of the Western Division of the Forestry Department. A Mennonite community has existed at Barton Creek since around 1958, when Mennonites first arrived in Belize. A former logging settlement at San Luis is now abandoned.

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Old 08-09-2011, 07:51 PM   #185
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"It's as if evolution is caught in one vital moment, a stop-action snapshot of evolution in action," said Richard Potts, director of the human origins program at the Smithsonian Institution. He was not among the team, led by South African scientists, whose research was published online Thursday in the journal Science.
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Old 08-09-2011, 08:03 PM   #186
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Take the crocodile/alligator. They were around during the dinosaur age so much longer than us humans so why havent they evolved in parallel with us or become even bigger and stronger than us? They are just the same now as they were then.

Probably a simple answer to this that I havent thought of it, but why is it that we are miles ahead of any other creature?

Don't give me that survival of the fittest argument because if that was the case then surely the crocodile would have kicked our ass thousands/millions of years ago (or at least they would have dominated/killed the animals that in future were to become humans, so humans would never have existed).
Crocs have 'evolved' they are smaller and faster than thier ancient predecessors which was helpful to them in so many ways, not least that they can hide better now than thier massive progenators. We are not miles ahead just a little different, as is each species from the next.
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Old 09-09-2011, 11:27 AM   #187
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Well my answer to all of this is that Humans did not originated on Earth ......

Maybe even all the animals also did not originated on Earth ......
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I hope I will be proven correct before I kick the bucket.

Here is one way how they may transported & seeded us here; or send there robots with the right equipment to seed suitable planets with the right condition.

Of cause you will all say it's impossible; that's exactly why I say it could be possible; because I know that 90% are only thinking about things they have been indoctrinated with!

My theory would make 100% more logical sense; then any monkey business storey & also could explain some of the artefacts which they date up to 2 billion years old!
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Metallic spheres coming from Klerksdorp (South Africa), one has three
parallel grooves scanalature around its equator. These spheres were found together with many others in a mineral deposit of the Pre-Cambrian, dated 2.8 milliards of years. Some have a thin shell about a quarter inch thick, when broken open are filled with a strange spongy material that disintegrates into dust upon contact with air. According to Roelf Marx (curator of the South African Klerksdorp Museum), the sphere he has on exibit rotates on its own, locked in a display case, free of outside vibrations.

Grooved Sphere from South Africa (Precambrian)


Over the past several decades, South African miners have found hundreds of metallic spheres, at least one of which has three parallel grooves running around its equator. The spheres are of two types--"one of solid bluish metal with white flecks, and another which is a hollow ball filled with a white spongy center" (Jimison 1982). Roelf Marx, curator of the museum of Klerksdorp, South Africa, where some of the spheres are housed, said: "The spheres are a complete mystery. They look man-made, yet at the time in Earth's history when they came to rest in this rock no intelligent life existed. They're nothing like I have ever seen before" (Jimison 1982).

We wrote to Roelf Marx for further information about the spheres. He replied in a letter dated September 12, 1984: "There is nothing scientific published about the globes, but the facts are: They are found in pyrophyllite, which is mined near the little town of Ottosdal in the Western Transvaal. This pyrophyllite (Al2Si4O10(OH)2) is a quite soft secondary mineral with a count of only 3 on the Mohs' scale and was formed by sedimentation about 2.8 billion years ago. On the other hand the globes, which have a fibrous structure on the inside with a shell around it, are very hard and cannot be scratched, even by steel." The Mohs' scale of hardness is named after Friedrich Mohs, who chose ten minerals as references points for comparative hardness, with talc the softest (1) and diamond the hardest (10).

In his letter to us, Marx said that A. Bisschoff, a professor of geology at the University of Potchefstroom, told him that the spheres were "limonite concretions." Limonite is a kind of iron ore. A concretion is a compact, rounded rock mass formed by localized cementation around a nucleus.

One problem with the hypothesis that the objects are limonite concretions concerns their hardness. As noted above, the metallic spheres cannot be scratched with a steel point, indicating they are extremely hard. But standard references on minerals state that limonite registers only 4 to 5.5 on the Mohs' scale, indicating a relatively low degree of hardness (Kourmisky 1977). Furthermore, limonite concretions usually occur in groups, like masses of soap bubbles stuck together. They do not, it seems, normally appear isolated and perfectly round, as is the case with the objects in question. Neither do they normally appear with parallel grooves encircling them.

For the purposes of this study, it is the sphere with three parallel grooves around its equator that most concerns us. Even if it is conceded that the sphere itself is a limonite concretion, one still must account for the three parallel grooves. In the absence of a satisfactory natural explanation, the evidence is somewhat mysterious, leaving open the possibility that the South African grooved sphere--found in a mineral deposit 2.8 billion years old--was made by an intelligent being.
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Animals are always evolving, mice evolve resistance to poisons, rabbits evolve the ability to avoid being roadkill (those that avoid roads live to reproduce). Genetically dogs are more evolved than humans, they are more specialised, they have undergone more genetic changes than humans since they broke away from our common ancestor millions of years ago. Evolution denial is a bit of a learning difficulty in my opinion, it's like denying that gravity exists and the Earth goes around the sun, a bit idiotic in my opinion. Denying proper scientific facts is a bit like shacking up in a cave, with a bible, wearing a potato sack saying that there is no world outside because it didn't exist in the time of the Bible.
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"Why have other animals failed to evolve?"

Because they are useful to others in that phase of their evolution ?

Because the "already further evolved" dictate ?
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Okay forget the height thing.

But look at the difference in how we are structures from Eskimos who have adapted and evolved to live in colder climates compared to say someone from UK.

Eskimos actually have bigger a nasal passage ways then most other humans on the planet because they have to warm the cold air they breath, the larger passage ways allow for more air to be heated before it enters the lungs.

Some geneticists believe that one of the reasons African Americans (NO offense intended) Black skinned peoples are much better at paced running and endurance events at the Olympics is because of an evolution in their part of the world which provided their ancestors with the strength and speed needed to catch food in a country with very harsh climates.

Evolution is all around us, you only have to look. So many people are stuck on the whole "why are apes still in trees and crocs still in the water". You just need to open your eyes and actually look and you will see how evolution has shaped our world.
Or maybe it's because we haven't yet achieved the ultimate design for us? Maybe less is more in this case in terms of genetic information?
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I read an article years ago that suggests that black athletes from the USA are overall better, stronger, faster, because they descend from people who were bred to be that way from slavery.


Also, dont Japanese people have a very low tolerance for dairy (milk) since their diet is mostly fish based, historically?
Just loom at the white race they been slaves for thousands of years. I don't get how slavery makes you a better athlete? I don't get how one race of people can be better, stronger or even faster. I think it's a very uneducated view it has no real foundation.

Your perspective on this is simple blacks are continuously coming from these arid, free-range types of places and are projected against the average lazy person, some city dweller.
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Pterosaurs (play /ˈtɛrəsɔr/, from the Greek πτερόσαυρος, pterosauros, meaning "winged lizard") were flying reptiles of the clade or order Pterosauria...


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The word crocodile comes from the Ancient Greek κροκόδιλος (crocodilos), "lizard," used in the phrase ho krok√≥dilos ho potam√≥s, "the lizard of the (Nile) river."

The oldest crocodilians appear to be the largest species. C. porosus is estimated to live around 70 years on average, and there is limited evidence that some individuals may exceed 100 years...

They first appeared during the Eocene epoch, about 55 million years ago...

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I read an article years ago that suggests that black athletes from the USA are overall better, stronger, faster, because they descend from people who were bred to be that way from slavery.


Also, dont Japanese people have a very low tolerance for dairy (milk) since their diet is mostly fish based, historically?
Do you have any info on this...


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who says other animals, like us humans have actually evolved?

an alligator does all his life the following:

having a warm bath, sleeping, eating whenever he feels like and reproducing.

humans:

born naked, hungry and pennyless, and from there everything gets worse, have to work until pension and then die hosted by a sick, weak body.
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born naked, hungry and pennyless, and from there everything gets worse, have to work until pension and then die hosted by a sick, weak body.
You are not wrong there...you forgot to add demented as well..Animals behave better than humans...
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You are not wrong there...you forgot to add demented as well..Animals behave better than humans...
indeed, apart from bees, i havent heard of organized wars between animal species.
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indeed, apart from bees, i havent heard of organized wars between animal species.
They only take what they need and live in tune with nature...I honestly believe humans are not a natural speices to this earth...
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Mutations happen. If such survives long enough to breed it then can go on to create a new species. There is no evidence whatsoever of a "plan" or "direction" behind evolution.
Yes, mutations happen. Unfortunately (for evolutionists) they are uniformly deleterious. Errors in copying do not leave you with novel body parts or new species altogether. Think about it. It's absurd.
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