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    Quote Originally Posted by KrokHead View Post
    Why the hell would we want to bring neanderthals back? Jurassic Park and Planet of the Apes IV didn't work out too well.
    Neanderthals were smart beings, with brain size larger than your typical Homo Sapien Sapien. They have also been credited with being the first to assign human life as something special, and so far in our history were some of the first to bury their dead, have "ceremonies" (found remnants of animal bones and goods with buried bodies) or believe that a life is something that should be commemorated.

    It's a shame really - the media has done nothing but make Neanderthals seem like unemotional cavemen... when they were much smarter than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nirvikalpa View Post
    Neanderthals were smart beings, with brain size larger than your typical Homo Sapien Sapien. They have also been credited with being the first to assign human life as something special, and so far in our history were some of the first to bury their dead, have "ceremonies" (found remnants of animal bones and goods with buried bodies) or believe that a life is something that should be commemorated.

    It's a shame really - the media has done nothing but make Neanderthals seem like unemotional cavemen... when they were much smarter than that.
    Yup. They made paintings of subtle beauty and also may have made and played flutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acala View Post
    There is no evidence that neanderthals were less intelligent than homo sapiens. They had language, as did Homo Erectus, used fire, and created beautiful art. Really hard to say why they died out or even IF they died out. They might simply have been absorbed by homo sapiens. All humans, other than pure Africans, have some neanderthal dna.
    Or, they might be regular humans since we have such a hard time distinguishing them. If you want to keep up the fairy tale, however, by all means. Just realize it's all in your head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nirvikalpa View Post
    Neanderthals were smart beings, with brain size larger than your typical Homo Sapien Sapien. They have also been credited with being the first to assign human life as something special, and so far in our history were some of the first to bury their dead, have "ceremonies" (found remnants of animal bones and goods with buried bodies) or believe that a life is something that should be commemorated.

    It's a shame really - the media has done nothing but make Neanderthals seem like unemotional cavemen... when they were much smarter than that.
    You should make the next blockbuster that shows the trials and tribulations of neanderthal life.

    Give me a break. People are willing to say that the government will hide their latest technological advancements from us, but they never consider the idea that the evolutionary bullshit we're being fed in school and on the media is bullshit precisely because it's streamed through the schools and media.

    Neanderthals were normal people. Of course, everyone has to make it so complicated because they're trying to demonstrate their knowledge of the evolution fairy tale by using words like "Homo sapien sapien" which is just a made up term. This whole thread is bullshit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by torchbearer View Post
    I think this is the kind of questions that would be answered by such a venture.

    Our thoughts that Human is special and all animals are seperate and apart would be challenged.

    but this is creating life, not destroying life.
    I'd prefer creation over destruction.
    How do you protect that life, once it's born, from exploitation? Experimentation? How do you assure that it will be given a chance at happiness, peace, good health? How will the child fit in with other children? How would you know if it were capable of the level of social skills we have, and if not, what then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLYWOOD View Post
    If anything, this situation has proved the government is nothing but a dictatorship backed by deadly force... no different than the dictatorships in the banana republics, just more polished and cleverly propagandized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acala View Post
    There is no evidence that neanderthals were less intelligent than homo sapiens. They had language, as did Homo Erectus, used fire, and created beautiful art. Really hard to say why they died out or even IF they died out. They might simply have been absorbed by homo sapiens. All humans, other than pure Africans, have some neanderthal dna.
    Maybe BigFoot is Neanderthal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLYWOOD View Post
    If anything, this situation has proved the government is nothing but a dictatorship backed by deadly force... no different than the dictatorships in the banana republics, just more polished and cleverly propagandized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulConventionWV View Post
    You should make the next blockbuster that shows the trials and tribulations of neanderthal life.

    Give me a break. People are willing to say that the government will hide their latest technological advancements from us, but they never consider the idea that the evolutionary bullshit we're being fed in school and on the media is bullshit precisely because it's streamed through the schools and media.

    Neanderthals were normal people. Of course, everyone has to make it so complicated because they're trying to demonstrate their knowledge of the evolution fairy tale by using words like "Homo sapien sapien" which is just a made up term. This whole thread is bullshit.
    No it's not. It's proper scientific nomenclature. Taxonomy is boring and complicated, but it's a real part of science.
    The full nomenclature for homo sapien:
    Familia: Hominidae
    Subfamilia: Homininae
    Tribus: Hominini
    Subtribus: Hominina
    Genus: Homo
    Species: Homo sapiens
    Subspecies: Homo sapiens sapiens
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    I wonder if they'll release the contact information of the women that apply and don't make the cut?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah K View Post
    How do you protect that life, once it's born, from exploitation? Experimentation? How do you assure that it will be given a chance at happiness, peace, good health? How will the child fit in with other children? How would you know if it were capable of the level of social skills we have, and if not, what then?
    brings up a lot of questions doesn't it?

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    the guy who wrote the book has backpeddled on the ad "thingie"
    and seyz the tabloid press ran with the story after inventing most
    of it. he has it sounding like brainstorming ideas made in jest after
    too many martinis in a posh eaterie prior to his picking up the tab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fisharmor View Post
    Consider...

    First,
    that if you take a baby monkey from its mother and keep it in your house, regardless of whether or not you give it the proper food and drink and exercize, that monkey stands a strong change of growing up a basket case. It will likely bear little behavioral resemblance to an adult monkey of its same species. This is fairly well documented.

    Second,
    that if you take a baby Chinese human being from its mother and keep her in a cradle for the first two years of its life, regardless of whether or not you give her the proper food and drink and exercize, by the time an American family adopts her, she's very likely to have a laundry list of psychological and developmental issues. In short, she will also bear little behavioral resemblance to a young human being. This is not only well documented, there's actually an industry that gets paid to try to fix these children.

    Third,
    regardless of whether evolution is real, that a Neanderthal must fall somewhere in the interval between monkey and human, including endpoints.

    Fourth,
    that no human being in the last 11,000 years has had the slightest clue what goes into rearing a Neanderthal child.


    Therefore, the chance that this Neanderthal will develop into a balanced individual is pretty damned low.
    its almost more moral to create a very neurotic clone of newton, maxwell or einstein rather than an almost psychotic frustrated upset

    confused neanderthal/modernHuman hybrid who even if adequately nourished and emotionally grounded & accepted, is often very "aspie"

    in terms of their cultural template patterning and social roles. we moderns would be an illogical maddening confusion multi~headed social

    leviathan crowd pleasing beastie whose ground rules have a fluidity. the world of the neanerthal is no more, it was tight knit & communal.

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    If two "species" can reproduce... they are the same species.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenlyboy34 View Post
    No it's not. It's proper scientific nomenclature. Taxonomy is boring and complicated, but it's a real part of science.
    The full nomenclature for homo sapien:
    Familia: Hominidae
    Subfamilia: Homininae
    Tribus: Hominini
    Subtribus: Hominina
    Genus: Homo
    Species: Homo sapiens
    Subspecies: Homo sapiens sapiens
    All of taxonomy is bullshit. It's based on the assumption that all organisms are related. The word homo sapien sapien doesn't come from any tangible difference between humans now and humans in the 19th century or whatever. It's a fiction that scientists came up to reinforce the notion that we are changing somehow by giving it a different name. Yeah, we're the "wise, wise human". How do we reinforce the idea that humans are evolving? Just tack another wise on and all of a sudden, the population eats that shit up because they like the idea that we're evolving too, but it's all in their heads.
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    Perfect candidate. amiright?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VoluntaryAmerican View Post
    If two "species" can reproduce... they are the same species.
    I think this is an oversimplification. What about mules?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulConventionWV View Post
    All of taxonomy is bullshit. It's based on the assumption that all organisms are related. The word homo sapien sapien doesn't come from any tangible difference between humans now and humans in the 19th century or whatever. It's a fiction that scientists came up to reinforce the notion that we are changing somehow by giving it a different name. Yeah, we're the "wise, wise human". How do we reinforce the idea that humans are evolving? Just tack another wise on and all of a sudden, the population eats that shit up because they like the idea that we're evolving too, but it's all in their heads.
    I don't know that taxonomy started out that way. HB listed 7 different groups starting with family, and when I learned it 20 years ago there were only 7 in total.
    This tells me that the taxonomy is being changed over time to try to reflect the idea that all things are related. If taxonomy was originally developed in support of evolution then I think the lines would have been much blurrier in the beginning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisharmor View Post
    I think this is an oversimplification. What about mules?



    I don't know that taxonomy started out that way. HB listed 7 different groups starting with family, and when I learned it 20 years ago there were only 7 in total.
    This tells me that the taxonomy is being changed over time to try to reflect the idea that all things are related. If taxonomy was originally developed in support of evolution then I think the lines would have been much blurrier in the beginning.
    I think taxonomy was first based entirely on anatomical structures but now includes genetic information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisharmor View Post
    I think this is an oversimplification. What about mules?



    I don't know that taxonomy started out that way. HB listed 7 different groups starting with family, and when I learned it 20 years ago there were only 7 in total.
    This tells me that the taxonomy is being changed over time to try to reflect the idea that all things are related. If taxonomy was originally developed in support of evolution then I think the lines would have been much blurrier in the beginning.
    You may be right, but it wasn't long before it was used for that purpose, if anything. The point is that it reflects that now.
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