59 Responses to The Last Neanderthal

  1. SKOOKUM
    I HAD ALMOST A COMMENT FINISH HERE, a couple of hours ago,
    it was cut off almost at the end, I wonder why it happen,
    but it is frustrating,
    i did wish you a best new year in it too,
    BYE

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  2. Skookum says: 52

    I wish you a good and prosperous new year as well, Bees.

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  3. SKOOKUM
    THANK YOU,
    I CAME TO CHECK ON THE NAME OF THE NEANDERTHAL
    TO FINISH MY COMMENT ABOUT THE WOLVES,
    AND READ YOUR WISHES
    BYE,

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  4. SKOOKUM
    20THOUSAND YEARS AGO THE NEANTHERTAL WAS ON EARTH,
    THEY MUST HAVE BEEN WITNES OF THE VISIBLE EVOLUTION,
    OF THE LAST ALIVE DINOSAURES ROAMING THE EARTH, ON THEIR TRANSFORMATION
    PROCESS,
    IT MUST HAVE BEEN HARD ON THE FIRST HUMAN, AND MANY MUST HAVE DIED FROM THOSE GIANTS,
    IT WAS THE TIME OF GIGANTISEM, SO THE HUMAN MUST HAVE BEEN ALSO GIGANTIC, LIKE
    FITTING IN,
    THE CHANNEL I’M WATCHING THEY ARE TRYING TO FIND WHY THAT GIGANTISEM AND WHERE
    DID ITS SOURCE CAME FROM,
    THEY HAVENT FOUND IT YET,
    MAYBE THE WATER AND OR THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH WITH EASY PICKING RAW MINERALS,
    JUST MY THOUGHTS,
    AND I WANT TO KEEP YOUR POST FROM LEAVING THE CHART,
    BY KEEPING IT ALIVE,
    BYE
    more, they gave the time 10016 millions years,many got stuck
    in the thick mud, and died brigning other animal to feed on them stuck and had the same end ,

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  5. Skook says: 55

    Bees, the dinosaurs were long gone before man started his descent into civilization. Using the bible conflicts with scientific evidence. This evidence has no political motivation. Look up the different geologic ages, defined by sedimentary layers. It is my belief that no Homo sapiens ever saw a dinosaur. It is backed by hundreds of thousands of hours of research. Twenty thousand years ago was the twilight of our cousins, but they were located as far away as China. Did our ancestors hunt them into extinction or did they die from one of our livestock human viruses? Like the wolf pups, no one knows.

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  6. Skook says: 56

    Bees, man has only been here for a blink of the eye in terms of realistic earth times. The dinosaurs had quite a party.

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  7. SKOOKUM
    THANK YOU i’m glad to know that,
    that show i saw was very educative, they reproduce computer images of those all different dino,
    and it was very interesting to admire the work they have done in many years to show us all that,
    with comment on each animal some where gicantic in sise and neck,
    how come they shrink so much from there to now,
    bye

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  8. Skook says: 58

    It’s grocery logic, each huge animal must kill a lot of meat to survive, like a government running on credit, eventually you run out groceries. The smaller reptiles with less nutritional requirements lived, but those that need to kill a huge grass eater every few days, they ran out of opportunities during drought and disease.

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  9. SKOOKUM
    that make a lot of sense, WORDS OF WISDOM,for the meat eaters, where they able to switch to eating grass,
    after generations , of eating meat, if they did, they paid the price by weakening
    so much as to disapear by getting stuck in the thick mudd too weak to lift their body out of it
    and exausted by the effort they are not use to do,
    because they where having it too easy all the time, easy picking the smaller prey, thinking they are invincible forever, and reduce to not having the strenght to bring their body upward from the deep
    sinking hole pulling them downward,because they never learn to aspire the air , with enough strenght,
    I know the feeling of sinking in a thick mudd, i did a few years ago , and i was so surprise to find how hard it is to lift my body upward, I first lost my boot in that hole, and try to not panic, breed in and slowly lift and lift and lift my body, until i could touch the solid ground and then crawl out slowly,
    THAT WAS SCARY, THAT WAS AT MY SISTER’S FARM MUDDY SPRING TIME, IN COW LAND,
    BYE

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