James's theory on dinosaurs

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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1110 on: February 17, 2011, 05:14:09 PM »
Recently, I was walking past a dinosaur and just for fun addressed it as "chopper" even though that is not its real name.  The dinosaur did a double take and then responded with exuberant laughter exhibiting a well developed sense of humor.

This led me to think that if dinosaurs have a sense of humor then they could also have in them other traits that represent the building blocks of an even more advanced civilization than we now give them credit for.  It has already been discussed that they do have a history of building, travel and social abilities.

What if they had developed to a level where their community interests and capacity included what we now know as theater?      

Could they not have constructed amphitheaters for purposes of staging dramatic performances or perhaps used natural amphitheaters that exist even to this day to facilitate such dramatic performances?  

It would not be such a stretch to consider this potential if they were really that socially advanced.

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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1111 on: February 17, 2011, 06:00:11 PM »
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« Reply #1112 on: February 17, 2011, 06:06:17 PM »
I cannot decide which group is more damaging to FET: its genuine adherents or false ones.
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« Reply #1113 on: February 17, 2011, 06:33:54 PM »
I cannot decide which group is more damaging to FET: its genuine adherents or false ones.

It is not all that far fetched considering what has already been established regarding dinosaurs.  You may want to spend a little more time reviewing this thread.   

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« Reply #1114 on: February 17, 2011, 07:41:48 PM »
I cannot decide which group is more damaging to FET: its genuine adherents or false ones.

It is not all that far fetched considering what has already been established regarding dinosaurs.  You may want to spend a little more time reviewing this thread.   

Birds are generally referred to as "modern dinosaurs" in order to avoid confusion with the more familiar prehistoric dinosaurs.  That is unless your intention is to cause confusion.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1115 on: February 17, 2011, 08:04:34 PM »
I cannot decide which group is more damaging to FET: its genuine adherents or false ones.

It is not all that far fetched considering what has already been established regarding dinosaurs.  You may want to spend a little more time reviewing this thread.   

Hmm, yeah...or I may not. Good luck on your search for the truth though, or whatever.
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« Reply #1116 on: February 17, 2011, 08:59:13 PM »
I cannot decide which group is more damaging to FET: its genuine adherents or false ones.

Wise words indeed.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1117 on: February 19, 2011, 06:26:30 PM »
Recently, I was walking past a dinosaur and just for fun addressed it as "chopper" even though that is not its real name.  The dinosaur did a double take and then responded with exuberant laughter exhibiting a well developed sense of humor.

It seems you are placing a heavy burden on the response of the dinosaur. In fact it is much more probable that the dinosaur in question heard "chomper", a common ribbing among dinosaurs. The rest of your post is baseless specualtion.

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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1118 on: February 19, 2011, 07:33:37 PM »
Recently, I was walking past a dinosaur and just for fun addressed it as "chopper" even though that is not its real name.  The dinosaur did a double take and then responded with exuberant laughter exhibiting a well developed sense of humor.

It seems you are placing a heavy burden on the response of the dinosaur. In fact it is much more probable that the dinosaur in question heard "chomper", a common ribbing among dinosaurs. The rest of your post is baseless specualtion.

Fascinating.  I was not aware of that common ribbing factor and am pleased to now know about it. I had previously spent a great deal of time mulling over the intrinsic nature of my post based on what I thought I had heard so I will now have to take a closer look at my conclusions.   

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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1119 on: February 20, 2011, 09:25:28 AM »
The reason is that much of dinosaurs "intelligence" was oppressed when the mammals took power. All records showing their witty repartee have been destroyed.

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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1120 on: February 27, 2011, 07:01:58 PM »
Actually, I saw something on the History channel that said that nearly all traces of human existence will disappear 50 million years after humans do.

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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1121 on: February 28, 2011, 04:57:28 AM »
But will our wit survive us, as it failed to do with the ancient dinosaurs?
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« Reply #1122 on: February 28, 2011, 06:55:19 AM »
But will our wit survive us, as it failed to do with the ancient dinosaurs?

With all due respect James, the dinosaurs wit did not fail to survive. Despite humans efforts to eradicate evidence we still have many works from the Greater Pangean Library, including all 6 volumes of Diplodocus Aurelius' "Nature and The Natural", which I find hilarious in places, but you really have to understand the context it was written in and who he was writing for.

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« Reply #1123 on: February 28, 2011, 10:42:13 AM »
Do not mock me, I am one of the leading scientists of our time. My theories are of the most profound importance!
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« Reply #1124 on: February 28, 2011, 10:53:10 AM »
Do not mock me, I am one of the leading scientists of our time. My theories are of the most profound importance!

James. Science can only make progress by challenging the theories that have existed before. This is what the dinosaurs failed to recognise when they built Azilaar.

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« Reply #1125 on: February 28, 2011, 03:36:22 PM »
James, I have a great deal of respect for your theories and knowledge.

Interesting where the impetus for research can spring from.  Recently, I was searching locally for an area to work on replicating some experiments in ENAG and look who was looking out in the direction where the solution may be? 




The canal goes for a distance of about 20 miles in that direction so it was lucky I was walking by right then.   


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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1126 on: February 28, 2011, 05:26:26 PM »
James, I have a great deal of respect for your theories and knowledge.

Interesting where the impetus for research can spring from.  Recently, I was searching locally for an area to work on replicating some experiments in ENAG and look who was looking out in the direction where the solution may be? 




The canal goes for a distance of about 20 miles in that direction so it was lucky I was walking by right then.   



  That is a very nice picture, I can see the rajasaurus in the sky very clearly.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1127 on: February 28, 2011, 05:29:13 PM »
That picture is obviously faked.
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« Reply #1128 on: February 28, 2011, 09:26:47 PM »
That picture is obviously faked.

Justify this statement.

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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1129 on: March 01, 2011, 05:14:50 AM »
By the standards of FET, if pictures can be faked, then they are faked. No similar claim by FE'ers has been justified further, so I see no need to justify this further.
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« Reply #1130 on: March 01, 2011, 05:41:25 AM »
It clearly is a doctored image, but it's very pretty all the same.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1131 on: March 01, 2011, 02:26:01 PM »
Point taken on the claim that photos can be doctored.  In this case between me, myself and I, I know that it is all original and I must accept the compliment about doctoring skills that I lack.

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« Reply #1132 on: March 01, 2011, 07:18:05 PM »
Dinosaurs are naturally contemplative and stoic; it does not surprise me in the slightest to see a large dinosaur gazing wistfully out at the waters on which its ancestors made their great voyages. It warms my heart to see such an image, thank you Gotham for your lovely picture.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1133 on: March 01, 2011, 07:23:00 PM »
Perhaps dinosaurs have collective consciousness. Yes. I believe that is the case.
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« Reply #1134 on: March 01, 2011, 07:28:16 PM »
When I see a flock of dinosaurs diving and swerving together in large number in the sky, I am often struck by the extent to which they seem to move with single-minded coordination and purpose, but so too do men when they march about or dance. I conceive that the minds of dinosaurs are linked to the same extent as those of men, that as Jung mentioned they have a cultural collective consciousness, that they have minds of their own but that on occassion these minds may link by way of their mental pathways or their cultural convergences.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1135 on: March 02, 2011, 06:22:51 AM »
When I see a flock of dinosaurs diving and swerving together in large number in the sky, I am often struck by the extent to which they seem to move with single-minded coordination and purpose, but so too do men when they march about or dance. I conceive that the minds of dinosaurs are linked to the same extent as those of men, that as Jung mentioned they have a cultural collective consciousness, that they have minds of their own but that on occassion these minds may link by way of their mental pathways or their cultural convergences.

Parsec already explained your mindlink with ichimaru, and it involved a penis and a butt. I haven't seen that with the dinosaurs, so if their minds link it must be in a different way.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1136 on: March 02, 2011, 10:43:56 AM »
Dinosaurs are naturally contemplative and stoic; it does not surprise me in the slightest to see a large dinosaur gazing wistfully out at the waters on which its ancestors made their great voyages. It warms my heart to see such an image, thank you Gotham for your lovely picture.

Unfortunately it is not natural for dinosaurs to stand on fences or rails. I must therefore conclude that the picture is fake.

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« Reply #1137 on: March 02, 2011, 10:56:58 AM »
Dinosaurs are naturally contemplative and stoic; it does not surprise me in the slightest to see a large dinosaur gazing wistfully out at the waters on which its ancestors made their great voyages. It warms my heart to see such an image, thank you Gotham for your lovely picture.

Unfortunately it is not natural for dinosaurs to stand on fences or rails. I must therefore conclude that the picture is fake.

Modern dinosaurs are highly adaptable to their environment.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1138 on: March 02, 2011, 12:25:38 PM »
When I see a flock of dinosaurs diving and swerving together in large number in the sky, I am often struck by the extent to which they seem to move with single-minded coordination and purpose, but so too do men when they march about or dance. I conceive that the minds of dinosaurs are linked to the same extent as those of men, that as Jung mentioned they have a cultural collective consciousness, that they have minds of their own but that on occassion these minds may link by way of their mental pathways or their cultural convergences.

Parsec already explained your mindlink with ichimaru, and it involved a penis and a butt. I haven't seen that with the dinosaurs, so if their minds link it must be in a different way.
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Re: James's theory on dinosaurs
« Reply #1139 on: March 04, 2011, 04:54:21 AM »
Perhaps dinosaurs have collective consciousness. Yes. I believe that is the case.
Thats quite a jump to make within the span of one post.  Why do you think this is the case?
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