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I feel these reptilians ruled the planet, just prior to the arrival of the so called Ice Age -- possibly around 2.5 million years ago (I keep getting 2.5, so this might be 2.5 mya or 250,000). I do not ascribe to the theory that dinosaurs were wiped out by an asteroid 65 millions of years ago - at least not all of them anyway. I believe many of them continued to live on, and some of them continued to evolve into an intelligent humanoid species (the reptilians).

AlphaDraconis, Indigo Society 27 Comments [8/17/2011 4:16:54 AM]
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Random Guy


8/17/2011 4:48:17 AM

\m/>_<\m/

i second Random Guy, and wish to add a lolwut to the equation.

also, show your math, 'cos' out of context, that's a huge difference.

oh, and yer tawlkin' a rahght fahne gud ol' fashin' nawnsense thar, pardner

8/17/2011 4:58:38 AM

Veksyn

I wondered why Iguana was dancing in a pink tutu last night, IT MUST BE A EVOLVED DINOSAUR PERSON!

Or, i was drunk.

8/17/2011 5:04:21 AM

LV426

I like Doctor Who too, but you do realize that the Silurians aren't real, right?

8/17/2011 5:41:02 AM

Narvi

"I feel" - that's where you should stop. We don't care what you feel. We care about what you can PROVE.

8/17/2011 6:09:48 AM

StoneSpiral

Well, to be fair, not all the dinosaurs were wiped out. We call them *birds* now.

8/17/2011 6:20:15 AM

Doubting Thomas

"Land of the Lost" was not a documentary.


8/17/2011 6:26:54 AM

Bollox

@LV426:

What, Madame Vastra and Jenny (her luscious live-in lover and maid) aren't real?

Bugger.

8/17/2011 7:20:48 AM

J. James

Wow, you must have some amazing fossil evidence for this unbelievable claim!!

Not.

8/17/2011 7:42:32 AM

Brendan Rizzo

... And it seems that somebody has taken that old an inaccurate "Dinosauroid" speculation a little too seriously. Where are the fossils of the transitional forms between non-avian dinosaurs and reptilians?

8/17/2011 8:42:52 AM

Comrade Potatovich

Screw that, Brendan... Where are the effing reptilian remains?If they had a civilization, that would've left a mark on the world.Kind of like that one Lovecraft short story.

8/17/2011 11:35:54 AM

Noneofyourbusiness

And these reptilians both were somehow displaced by our Ice Age ancestors and are controlling the Illuminati? *ow, cognitive dissonance*

8/17/2011 1:13:02 PM

J. H. Christ

Reminds me of Chrono Trigger... good times.

8/17/2011 2:23:04 PM

vaiyt

Chrono Trigger was not a documentary.

8/17/2011 2:55:09 PM

aaa

But where do the bohemian grove fit into all this?!

8/17/2011 5:00:27 PM



It wasn't a "so called" ice age.

Everything frozen = actual ice age.


8/17/2011 6:13:39 PM



Indigo Society??

Let me guess....you believe in "Indigo Children", too, right?

8/17/2011 6:14:36 PM

Raised by Horses

@vaiyt

Sounds more like the Super Mario Bros. movie to me.

Dammit, OP. You just made think of the SMB movie again, a transgression for which I darn you to heck.

8/17/2011 6:15:04 PM

Chest Rockwell


8/17/2011 8:07:09 PM

J. James

Noneofyourbusiness raises an extremely good point. Just taking a cursory glance at Hominid evolution shows you that we're competitive fuckers, for sure. We're basically the bullies of the human family tree, and we were instrumental in the extiction of species like Neanderthals that were less physically and mentally fit than us.

Imagine if a superintelligent species existed already. Their society would completely and utterly dominate the world, and human evolution would have been completely supressed. Competition would be eliminated before it even began. That would be like a Australopithecine trying to carve out a primitive society amongst the modern war-torn DRC. Hell, they don't even treat PYGMIES as the same species, for fuck's sake.

8/17/2011 11:03:29 PM



Repeat after me, DOCTOR WHO IS NOT A DOCUMENTARY. THE SILURIANS ARE FICTIONAL.

8/18/2011 12:33:24 AM



However, they left nothing behind. Not even a scale.

8/18/2011 2:11:37 PM



The only logical conclusion is that Robert E. Howard's "The Shadow Kingdom" is a documentary and the Serpent Men live among us, even now! All things considered, it wouldn't be a bad thing.

8/18/2011 4:00:55 PM

Agahnim

@vaiyt

So that's why we didn't live in domed cities in 1999. Just as good, because they would have been destroyed anyway.

8/19/2011 6:13:40 PM



They're called the Voth, and they live in the Delta Quadrant now

8/22/2011 12:06:07 AM
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