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Within The Distant Future Highly Evolved Insects Will Unearth Our Fossilized Remains
04-26-2013, 05:11 AM #1
Ruby Wolf Member
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Rest assured,everything changes and nothing lasts forever and sooner or later while waiting in greed driven denial for the royal bloodline elites to unleash world war three upon us, the earths surface and you and i or our descendants and everything else in our world will be brutally slammed and crushed and mostly annihilated by a relatively large asteroid or comet that will hurl us or them into extinction and the inevitable doomsday will have hellishly arrived and that unimaginably horrible scenario isnt if it happens,its when it happens and that will suddenly happen some morning day or night...

But hey,what the f##k,look on the bright side,many types of insects are virtually indestructible and for every human theres around one hundred million of them and when we are long gone they will assume dominance and continue to evolve and millions of years from now super intelligent bipedal cockroach? and or mantis? and or wasp? and or fly? and or ant? scientists and archaeologists will excavate and unearth our petrified fossilized human remains and reconstruct replicas of our ancient prehistoric skeletons and they'll erect them displayed inside their museums and wonder about what we were and why we existed and how we were destroyed...

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04-26-2013, 01:13 PM #2
Capt kwirk Member
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interesting theory but i think a bug will always remain a bug after all they've been around for millions of years already and had their chance to evolve no?

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04-26-2013, 01:26 PM #3
Octo Mother Superior
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Whoever comes after us and dig up our crap will surely wonder WTF?! chuckle.gif
04-26-2013, 02:11 PM #4
Ruby Wolf Member
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(04-26-2013, 01:26 PM)Octo Wrote:  Whoever comes after us and dig up our crap will surely wonder WTF?! chuckle.gif

We have a hard time figuring out what happened 500 years ago,never mind trying to accurately find out what was really going on 50,000 or 5,000,000 years ago and theres already many archaeological excavations within the trenches of world war one that ended only 95 years ago and so a lot can change in many unimaginable ways millions of years from now...

They'll probably think our cars and trucks were some kind of strange shrine we entered within to bring us closer to the gods..

Oh wait a minute,thats what cars they already are as we climb inside them and drive ourselves closer to the super wealthy industrialist lords of our materialistic age...
04-26-2013, 02:21 PM #5
Ruby Wolf Member
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(04-26-2013, 01:13 PM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  interesting theory but i think a bug will always remain a bug after all they've been around for millions of years already and had their chance to evolve no?

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Well maybe after we stop poisoning and slaughtering countless millions of them every day all over the world they'll begin to evolve differently?

Then theres the numerous and not often mentioned reports of sightings and encounters with bipedal insectoid aliens seen within the flying saucers and so maybe certain types of insects already branched off and evolved super intelligence long before we arrived upon the evolutionary scene?

A few of years ago I was watching a documentary about earth many millions of years after we are gone that showed intelligent bipedal winged humanoid insects flying and hovering alongside a mountain range and excavating the egyptian sphinx that was by then protruding from a cliff hundreds of feet up in the air,after having been slowly dredged and dragged up there by continental drift and mountain range formation and i suppose those amazing mind bending images were the inspiration for this thread,which is possible somewhere in time...



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