Humanity Was Almost Extinct Once
The Uncreator
Apr 26 2008, 03:56 PM
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080424/ap_on_sc/close_call


I find this kinda stuff interesting, Thought some of you might as well smile.gif

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Apr 26 2008, 03:58 PM
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awsome.. in a way...im glad we didn't go extinct tho.. that would have hampered my ability to exhist..

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QUOTE (Smikey2006 @ Apr 26 2008, 11:58 AM) *
awsome.. in a way...im glad we didn't go extinct tho.. that would have hampered my ability to exhist..

Edit: double


Never a truer a statement laugh.gif It would have made things a bit tougher wouldn't it wink.gif

A very interesting read Brett. Thanks for sharing.

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Apr 26 2008, 04:09 PM
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This stinks of bored and over qualified scientists grabbing a headline to ensure extra funding. I'm yet to find out how they came to all of these conclusions but I bet that theres a collosal margin for error.

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I like reading this stuff , thanks for sharing! smile.gif

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Hmmm, thats interesting. Thank you for sharing! smile.gif I enjoy reading this type of stuff

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its like how they say stuff are millions of years old because they dated it with carbon dating, when it really doesnt work because there are too many assumptions needed to make it work, such has how much C14 when in the atmosphere when the thing died etc.

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that was interesting...that kind of stuff is fun to read

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If only I never existed. Unfortunately this didn't occur.

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QUOTE (kevin-riff-after-riff @ Apr 26 2008, 10:09 AM) *
its like how they say stuff are millions of years old because they dated it with carbon dating, when it really doesnt work because there are too many assumptions needed to make it work, such has how much C14 when in the atmosphere when the thing died etc.



Well, you can find out how much was in the atmosphere when you look into the ice in glacier shelves like antartica. The ice preserves it fairly well and provided enough information to make a reasonably accurate mathmatical statement, Pretty cool i think smile.gif

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Very interresting, thanks smile.gif
Glad we didn't go extinct though wink.gif

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QUOTE (audiopaal @ Apr 26 2008, 09:25 PM) *
Very interresting, thanks smile.gif
Glad we didn't go extinct though wink.gif


There are species out there that would feel differently on that. Except for cats. I think they like the big monkeys, the big monkeys know how to use a can opener.

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Thanks for sharing smile.gif
Very Interesting

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QUOTE (fkalich @ Apr 26 2008, 06:30 PM) *
There are species out there that would feel differently on that. Except for cats. I think they like the big monkeys, the big monkeys know how to use a can opener.



I remember watching this show called "Life after humans" or somethign, and apparently Cats would do just fine, but Cockroaches would miss us the most! laugh.gif

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Apr 27 2008, 01:31 AM) *
Well, you can find out how much was in the atmosphere when you look into the ice in glacier shelves like antartica. The ice preserves it fairly well and provided enough information to make a reasonably accurate mathmatical statement, Pretty cool i think smile.gif



but which bit do you look at? because im sure it changed over the different layers, so say (completely random figures) you get a piece of leather that has like four bits of carbon 14 left in it, do you dig up the ice that said it had a hundred bits of carbon 14 or do you dig up the other bit that said it had four bits of carbon 14 to start with...?

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Well, Im not sure exactly what goes on (Ecology is escaping my mind now), But the amount of carbon is uniform throughout the ice, If thats what your asking, Ill try to find more information on it, In case im forgetting something or overlooking something.

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oh right, cool smile.gif because im not entirely sure bout the exact details, but i just remember i realise in a science lesson carbon dating shouldnt work because of the levels of C14.

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Thanks Very Interesting man....

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Apr 27 2008, 06:14 AM) *
I remember watching this show called "Life after humans" or somethign, and apparently Cats would do just fine, but Cockroaches would miss us the most! laugh.gif

Well, that to the cat I found comfortably sleeping in my bed and blankets one of these days when I forgot my window open... dry.gif

But that should be really an interesting show to see, is it a series or what?

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