No. It's quite simple.<br />
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Without the cataclysm, or its effects, the evolutionary 'scales' would have been dramatically shifted. We never would have even begun to exist in the first place. It's possible that humanoid primitives with DNA similar to humans could exist though, although the chance of true homo sapiens existing is astronomically low.<br />
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It's equally possible that advanced lizard people would have formed an alliance with the crab people to overthrow Cthulhu.

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Yes ...........up in a tree or hiding in a cliff crack or cave.You'll never know for sure.

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Yes.<br />
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I know that Dinosaurs have romed the planet for 360 million years, and we have only been here for one or two mil, but man, if we existed while they existed, we would have eliminated them. <br />
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Seriously, all that wonderful dinosaur meat? Who wouldn't hunt the pea-brained buggers down. Ever tried eating crocodile? Tastes like chicken! (Thats the Aussie in me coming out) Yummy....<br />
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We as humans, don't give ourselves enough credit. Look at all the spiecies we have destroyed. <br />
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I am drunk, its NYE and I am alone, so I am going to go on into a ramble, but that is nothing new...<br />
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Basically we think of our universe as very old, but thats not true, its actually quite young. 15 billion years, give or take a few. Earths (and essentially aour solar system, since they formed at the same time) has been around for 4.5 billion. <br />
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That leaves 10.5 billion years in between. <br />
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Now from what I know, a while after the big bang, supermassive stars formed. Through nuclear fusion, these stars, which were mainly made out of hydrogen (from what I remember) created elements like carbon and other stuff that I cant remember, which went on to make the universe that we see today.<br />
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Now common sense tells me that these super massive stars would have lasted a very long time, longer than our sun has been alive.<br />
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I am going to go on forever here, I am just going to get to the point.<br />
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What I am trying to say here is, and this is so off the topic of dinosaurs and I apologise but I cant stop, is that we humans, could very well possibly be, the first intelligant species out there, within the universe.<br />
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The universe is young, and in comparisen, our solar system is old. I dont doubt that there is life on other planets, but has it had as much as a chance to evolve as we have? If our solar system (and earth) are old in comparisan to the universe, then maybe we are the dominant species of the whole universe. Maybe life out there is just starting.<br />
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I hear people saying that aliens must have helped humans build the pyrimids. What? you think humans arent capable of building perfect pyrimids? We can land a man on the moon, but we cant build a pyramid. We were just as smart back then as we are now. Probably smarter. I dont care if the pyramids are perfectly alighned or whatever, humans are capable of figuring that stuff out. So what if the limestone that was used to build the pyramids can only be found 600 miles away, and the wheel hasnt been invented yet? (could be gatting stone henge and the pyramids mixed up a little) WE CAN DO IT! It might take a while, but we get there in the end.<br />
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The one thing (it may be the only thing) that us humans know, it is: If there is a will, there is a way.<br />
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What I am trying to say about of all this is that I really believe that humans are the dominant species, not just on this planet, but everywhere. If we get wiped out, it will be our own doing. That will be our lesson.

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