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How To Preserve The Homosapien Species For The Future?

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How To Preserve The Homosapien Species For The Future?

Postby Homosapien7 » Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:31 pm

Initially, the idea appears to be a very odd concept. But on thinking about it, it may actually be what helps keep the Homo Sapien species around for a very long time (That's if we even want to ??).

See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vT8iIJuLrQ4

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Re: How To Preserve The Homosapien Species For The Future?

Postby JackBean » Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:47 pm

:lol: good joke
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Postby Homosapien7 » Sat Oct 17, 2009 2:05 pm

It is not a joke.

Anyone who positively and pro-activley wants to contribute to the preservation of the Homosapien species for the future, in the unlikely event that we should suddenly become extinct, can do it, if they wish. Those who do not wish to do it, don't need to do anything.

It was so simple and easy, I did it! And I'll do it again. Those who wish to, can do it also.

But, it is not a joke.
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Postby JackBean » Sun Oct 18, 2009 3:17 am

So, if will we extinct, who will clone you?

Second, in the end, there was, that one of this things should be burned to be preserved?
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Postby Homosapien7 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 8:40 am

JackBean wrote:So, if will we extinct, who will clone you?

Second, in the end, there was, that one of this things should be burned to be preserved?


I'm not sure about your age or education level, but if you need more information about science, there are MANY good text books, University courses, your local library, and even the web can help you there. (Just be wary of the uncredible sources, scammers, and just wierdo's out there. There are many of them!). It is not for me to assume your level of knowledge and attempt to teach you everything. Knowledge takes MANY years of reading, understanding, attempting and hard study!

Your second line sounded a little religious to me. Sorry, I can't help you in this area. I only stick to things that have supportive evidence and proof. I'm not into the supernatural gods, goblins, vampires and stuff.

All I can suggest is: READ as many credible books as you can, LEARN, DO exeriments yourself, and experience things for yourself.

Areas to study: Chemistry, Physics, Palaeontology, Astronomy, Physiology, Climateology, Evolution and Computer Science.

REMEMBER: Hard work and persistance is required. Many people usually find it too hard, or, are too lazy to try and learn, and usually give up. Work hard, and Good luck!
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Postby JackBean » Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:20 am

Don't worry, I'm aware of all the weird people on the internet. Like right now I'm talking to one of them ;)

I asked you simple question, who will clone you, if all people will extinct and you tell me to study? Good answer *THUMBS UP*

And the second question was about what they said in the video.
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Postby Homosapien7 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 12:44 pm

JackBean wrote:Don't worry, I'm aware of all the weird people on the internet. Like right now I'm talking to one of them ;)

I asked you simple question, who will clone you, if all people will extinct and you tell me to study? Good answer *THUMBS UP*

And the second question was about what they said in the video.


Hi,

I think the interpreting software you are using on your computer is using the wrong words. It said 'Burned' instead of 'buried'!! I assume you are from Japan, and the re-interpreter software from japanese to english is stuffing up somewhere along the way. This is not good for comunication for both of us.

My apologies! As for the future species. There have been about FIVE major extinctions with NEW emerging species taking over (controlling) the major guardianship and influence over this planet we call earth. At the moment it is the Homosapiens. It wasn't always us. If we perish, then most probably a new emerging species will take control and evolve. In about 50 Million years they MAY then be up to the level of excavating our fossils and viewing the Homosapien species as the past (just like we do with the dinosaurs today). It may be this NEW species that clones us to see what we were like today? This is a very simple extrapolation into the future, based on current knowledge today. Will we destroy ourselves by nukes, be wiped out by an asteroid, climate change devastation, or will we survive for ever?? Who knows?

No harm in leaving our mark in case we don't make it! I have!
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Postby JackBean » Sun Oct 18, 2009 1:10 pm

Well, do you think, that in Japan are different internet browsers? :-D
Anyway, yes, I have looked to it once again and now I see, that I misunderstood :)
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Postby Homosapien7 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:45 pm

JackBean wrote:Well, do you think, that in Japan are different internet browsers? :-D
Anyway, yes, I have looked to it once again and now I see, that I misunderstood :)


Hi. Not sure. Never been to Japan. Would like to go one day though.
I did once have something of mine put on a Romanian news website once. When I used my translator to translate it from Romanian into English, a couple of words were missing and some words were even translated into different words altogether. Not good for trying to understand a culture or person from another country. Things can VERY easily be misunderstood. See you in the future.
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