12/23/2006 10:56:21 PM
And they didn't make it onto the ark, apparently. I guess their bones were too heavy.
12/23/2006 11:50:20 PM
And the skull, brain size, genes, religion, diet, tools, nose, the other million things and you're right.
7/1/2010 2:39:27 PM
7/2/2010 12:08:05 AM
Neanderthals are (probably) cousins of ours, not ancestors. There are lots of differences between us.
Wolves have larger bones than foxes...
7/2/2010 2:17:13 AM
Heh heh heh ... got a pretty large bone here, myself, even if I do say so. Heh heh ... oh, you meant ... never mind.
Well, it makes me happy!
7/2/2010 4:04:34 AM
2/19/2012 7:14:32 PM
Perhaps, in your batshit world, however, the rest of us think you've been skull-fucked.
2/20/2012 4:30:40 AM
Neandertals are humans in that they are of the genus Homo
and are more closely related to you than you like to think. The Neandertal genome has been decoded, and a head has been reconstructed. It is larger and huskier than the average modern human, but otherwise, if one were to come back, you wouldn't think anything of him. Take a look. Kinda looks like J.C.
2/20/2012 8:55:17 PM
Inaccurate, but I wouldn't call it fundie.
2/21/2012 4:41:15 AM
And what do you think caused them to have larger bones than us? Could it be differences in their genes? Yet, you claim that the only difference is that they had larger bones.
Go back to playing minesweeper Debater. Debating clearly isn't one of your strengths.
2/21/2012 6:07:57 AM