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Author Topic:   When Earth’s population was 10,000 persons
Theodoric
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Message 32 of 194 (602469)
01-28-2011 2:35 PM
Reply to: Message 29 by goldenlightArchangel
01-28-2011 10:47 AM


Your list is crap
I do not know where you got your list from, but any exclusion of the Basques, clearly shows the list is crap.


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Message 62 of 194 (603116)
02-02-2011 7:57 PM
Reply to: Message 56 by goldenlightArchangel
02-02-2011 3:51 PM


Re: What differentiates human prototypes from alleged ancestry
because humans tend to gather the dead bodies of their parents or children not too far from one another.

The search engine does often bring up cemeteries dated at about 4,000 or 5,000, but not at 30 or 40,000

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You actually might want to try some basic research before you spout nonsense

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Burial customs varied widely from tribe to tribe. Indians disposed of their dead in a variety of ways. Arctic tribes, for example, simply left their dead on the frozen ground for wild animals to devour....Southeastern tribes practiced secondary bone burial. They dug up their corpses, cleansed the bones, and then reburied them. ..Northwest coastal tribes put their dead in mortuary cabins or canoes fastened to poles. Further south, California tribes practiced cremation. In western mountain areas tribes often deposited their dead in caves or fissures in the rocks. Nomadic tribes in the Great Plains region either buried their dead, if the ground was soft, or left them on tree platforms or on scaffolds. .. But during outbreaks of smallpox or other diseases leading to the sudden deaths of many tribe members, survivors hurriedly cast the corpses into a mass grave or threw them into a river.

Source

This is just native americans. This took me less than 1 minute to find. I am sure if I spent 10 mins I could find dozens of other death rituals that do not meet you claim.


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Message 97 of 194 (605715)
02-21-2011 4:43 PM
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02-21-2011 4:17 PM


Re: There never was an answer without you experiencing it
Any references that might back you on this?
Not saying it ain't true but why should I blindly believe you.

As an aside.
Sorry Catholic Scientist if asking for a reference insults your sensibilities.


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Message 99 of 194 (606069)
02-23-2011 5:13 PM
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02-23-2011 4:03 PM


So ya got nothing
Just as I suspected. You might want to try using references and sources. People will be more likely to believe you.


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Message 103 of 194 (606482)
02-25-2011 4:18 PM
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02-25-2011 3:15 PM


Re: This tree of life is the only exception
Amazingly nowhere on the internet is there any support for your assertions.

You must be a great prophet.


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Message 107 of 194 (606892)
02-28-2011 8:43 PM
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02-28-2011 2:38 PM


Re: This tree of life is the only exception
So instead of evidence and some sort of support for your assertions all you have is mumbo-jumbo? Or word salad as posters here are fond of saying.

Why should we believe anything you say? Why are you (an anonymous poster to an internet forum) a person we should unquestioningly believe? Give me one good reason to believe you.


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