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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-07 01:43:12 Reply

Are whales that become beached whales truly stuck or are they simply trying to evolve?

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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-07 01:43:54 Reply

Aliens.


Yeah, whatever.
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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-07 09:15:09 Reply


I am making a serious post in a joke thread. Piss on me. Fucking piss on me

Well this is supposed to be a serious thread, it's idiots who brake the rules that make it a joke thread


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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-07 14:41:42 Reply

At 4/6/13 07:26 PM, illicit wrote: Birds

Birds evolved from dinosaurs as I was saying previously and I'm pretty sure that dinosaurs were the dominant species on Earth in their days, so I'm going to go with this one. Or else whatever humans evolved into.


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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-07 14:51:41 Reply

Most likely something that escaped a science lab.


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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-07 15:40:08 Reply

Well currently 60% of the diversity and 1/3 of the earth's biomass belongs to insects.

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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-13 10:32:15 Reply

At 4/7/13 03:40 PM, Saen wrote: Well currently 60% of the diversity and 1/3 of the earth's biomass belongs to insects.

Yeah, but they're not complicated beings and can't really achieve any single form of intelligence. I know they're powerful in swarms, but power doesn't equal dominance.


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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-13 12:29:58 Reply

I hope it's going to be monkeys wearing human clothes because it'd be hilarious.

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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-13 12:31:08 Reply

At 4/6/13 07:26 PM, mechadude32 wrote: what species do you think will inherit the earth after all of humanity left or died for some reason.

A new breed of humanoids.

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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-13 13:28:53 Reply

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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-14 11:36:22 Reply

I heard the only reason dolphins aren't as smart as chimpanzees is because they don't have fingers and can't learn sign language like apes do.

Of course, Penn and Teller said they hate dolphins, but you shouldn't always trust them because they don't believe in global warming, which Stephen Hawking is said is definitley real and he's smarter than them.


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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-14 11:44:13 Reply

Nothing, because we'll kill it off the second it shows any potential of evolving into something worthy of ruling the planet. If you mean once we're all dead, probably insects, and plants.


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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-14 11:56:03 Reply

Yes.


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Response to Next dominant Species? 2013-04-14 22:54:19 Reply

There is no telling, but i would guess some sort of fish or water creature.