> maybe ONE such type of bird lived, but the tape plainy states that mankind
> was hunting T-rex and other big Dino's. These tapes are nothing more that
> devices to num the brains and bring down the level of IQ of anyone. And it
> plainy states that Nonas flood covered the whole earth just 4,000 years ago
> and the Earth itself was formed just 7,000 years ago.
> There are those who believe that life here, began out there, far across the
> universe, with tribes of humans, who may have been the forefathers of the
> Egyptians, or the Toltechs, or the Mayans. Some believe that they may yet be
> brothers of man, who even now fight to survive, somewhere beyond the
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> <jsavard@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Starlord wrote:
> >> I will not go into the detail, but at the point where they said that The
> >> N.A.I.Tribes hunted Dino's
> > According to a recent issue of _Discover_ magazine, those tapes aren't
> > *too* far wrong.
> > While the dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago, long before
> > Man evolved, about 20 million years ago, the dinosaur-like "terror
> > bird" evolved in South America! Initial fossil evidence indicated that
> > they went extinct along with giant sloths and the like soon after North
> > and South America were connected, but at least one fossil find
> > indicated that perhaps they survived until Native Americans came to
> > this contenent through the then Bering Isthmus.
> > So if there are any ancient Indian legends of fighting a giant predator
> > with short arms, perhaps they do have a basis in fact.
> > John Savard
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