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Could Humans and Dinosaurs have coexisted
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07-31-2015, 08:02 PM #1
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In my opinion no, humans and dinosaurs could not have coexisted.
But the winner wouldn't have been the dinosaurs.

The dinosaur was here before large mammals and humans.

So here's the deal.
The dinosaur would not be able to survive today.

Its more of a case of, The dinosaurs ruled because it had no competition in the Mesozoic...
Mammals were extremely small, and couldn't take on the dinosaur.

Bring in a dinosaur today, and mammals would completely outsmart it, and outrun it.
So animals of that type can no longer evolve, because much better is here that can, and would outclass it in nearly every way.

And visa versa...
Bring us back to the Mesozoic, and we would have simply been the end of the Dinosaur.

Us and Dinosaurs are two entirely different concepts of what life is, and we have a great advantage.
07-31-2015, 08:52 PM #2
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Important to keep in mind we managed to wipe out the mastodons and several other species of carnivores with nothing more than hunger and spears.
There are numerous out of place artifacts that would seem to indicate that perhaps humans were around long before accepted scientific theories. hmm.gif

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08-01-2015, 03:38 AM #3
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Maybe Neanderthal man Dinosaurs were destroyed for the Earth human hybrid project. Dinos can't mine and were voted out by the federation. Some still are here the usefull ones like Mamoths in Antartica for load hauling and crocodiles etc to eat dead waste.
08-02-2015, 02:22 PM #4
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(07-31-2015, 08:02 PM)BlueJay Wrote:  In my opinion no, humans and dinosaurs could not have coexisted.
But the winner wouldn't have been the dinosaurs.

The dinosaur was here before large mammals and humans.

So here's the deal.
The dinosaur would not be able to survive today.

Its more of a case of, The dinosaurs ruled because it had no competition in the Mesozoic...
Mammals were extremely small, and couldn't take on the dinosaur.

Bring in a dinosaur today, and mammals would completely outsmart it, and outrun it.
So animals of that type can no longer evolve, because much better is here that can, and would outclass it in nearly every way.

And visa versa...
Bring us back to the Mesozoic, and we would have simply been the end of the Dinosaur.

Us and Dinosaurs are two entirely different concepts of what life is, and we have a great advantage.

Dinosaurs live on....Alligators and Crocodiles are prime examples.


Quote:Us and Dinosaurs are two entirely different concepts of what life is, and we have a great advantage.

We have one now. But during the Age of the Dinosaurs they would have had the advantage. The dinosaurs befell a mass extinction not of their own doing. Humans on the other hand may face a mass extinction because of their greed and power hungry ways. 65 million years from now what will the inhabitants of this planet be saying about the current ones? Or will they be a planet left?



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