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    Does anyone agree with me that Human life started on another planet in another part of the universe and was brought to Earth as slaves to work for our alien oppressors? To me it fits, We were first brought to Egypt. Since Egypt is where some of the first human remains have been found. Also I believe that the egyption gods were to percise to be created by humans themselves.
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    >Does anyone agree with me that Human life started on another planet

    No.

    Sounds like you've been watching too much StarGate.

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    First you should listen to art bell. Secondly, I'll grant that it's possible, but not likely. As for the Eygeptian gods being to precise...well pick up a good novel sometime, or a series of books, the characters in that book are totally made up, yet they very well may be very precise, have complex personailtiees, and backgrounds behind them.

    Perhaps Mark Twain maybe a start...
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    the oldest human remains were found in asia not egypt so that kills your sugestion right there.
    or maybe were in a computer program called the matrix.
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    Definitely too many Sci-Fi movies for you.
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    I believe completely in evolution.
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    Originally posted by webturtle0
    I believe completely in evolution.
    I watched a very cool show on Discovery this weekend about the Ice Age and human evolution. Evolution and astronomy are two subjects that absolutely fascinate me.
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    I'm not saying that I agree with sentient's idea...I don't.

    But it is possible that we came from elsewhere and evolved here. Some believe that the world evolved here and we were placed and evolved from there, or some believe that monkey were gentetically engineered thus we came.

    As to where the first remains have been found, well considering the amount of the world that we have excavated, and that we ahve not actually found that magical missing link, there has been ecidence that we evolved in Asia, Africa, or I've even heard Europe.

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    Originally posted by damonbrinkley
    I watched a very cool show on Discovery this weekend about the Ice Age and human evolution. Evolution and astronomy are two subjects that absolutely fascinate me.
    Me too. I love Astronomy and the theory of Evolution. I talk about both all the time.

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    Creatinism all the way but hey its your life belive what you want but hey i do belive in hell and i dont want ot go there.

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    >and that we ahve not actually found that magical missing link

    Which one?
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    eeny-meeny-miney-mo...

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    that one.
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    I most certainly think that human life started on this planet. No matter what it was that we orignated from, it began here on Earth. I am a huge believer in Darwin's theory of evolution. His The Origin of Species is a spectacular piece of work.

    I agree in that sentienttoaster watches too much Stargate.

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    remember that these various human like species are all just a bunch of names. They are really all just hairy apes which changed in different directions over time, which we may have decended from.

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