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  1. In Topic: my 98c what do you think?

    15 October 2009 - 03:51 AM

    Nice paintjob!

    It looks like you designed it to blend in with some late autumn woods.
  2. In Topic: So...Darwin was wrong after all...

    15 October 2009 - 02:33 AM

    View Postdruid, on Oct 12 2009, 03:38 AM, said:

    It's not another "+" for Darwin. Think of it this way....

    If we "evolved" from apes/chimps.......why are there still apes and chimps?
    Simple.

    First and foremost, natural selection hasn't "selected" the common ape and chimp for extinction because currently they're not facing the same environmental perils (such as drouts, hurricanes, earthquakes, change of temperature, war, etc.) as we are. Second of all, there's a lack of natural predators for those creatures, whichs means that they're at much less risk for extinction because there's nothing to prey upon their numbers. Last but not least, chimps and apes aren't locusts -- but you can bet your ass that they'd eat them. Since the diet of these creatures does not require a high calorie or resource intensive diet in order to live, the species is not at risk to predate it's own environment to complete destruction and starve itself to death.

    ... in a nutshell, that's part of the reason why apes and chimps are still around today.

    View Postdruid, on Oct 12 2009, 03:38 AM, said:

    Why aren't they "extinct" to all have become human?
    The answer is simple....because we DIDIN'T evolve from them.


    True, our genetic lineage was different.

    View Postdruid, on Oct 12 2009, 03:38 AM, said:

    They only THINK we have a "one common ancestry" based upon SIMILARITIES between ape/human species....but there's NEVER been a 'smoking gun' to prove that. Darwin was a moron who looked at chimps and said "hrm...we look like them" so he naturally assumed we were descended from them...and others believed him.

    ...and yes, it took over 10 years to collate the collected data.

    We didn't evolve from apes. Sorry to disappoint you all.
    No dissapointment, but we do have evolutionary ancestors.

    View Postike123, on Oct 12 2009, 10:45 PM, said:

    We are still evolving. Look at Black People vs White People. Voila, small scale evolution.

    What kind of "scales" are we talking about, and what seperates the caucasian from the african?
  3. In Topic: Six Battles

    05 July 2009 - 12:32 AM

    To the thread OP: It's good to know that people take an interest in history, and it's not everyday that you see someone taking the chance to learn from another man's misfortunes in order to better his own.

    /Stamp of approval
  4. In Topic: Which is better?

    05 July 2009 - 12:29 AM

    "You're dissing snipers!", "No, I'am not -- just 'campers' who hide and do nothing for their team!"

    You know, this isn't suprising to me in the least -- so why is it when someone asks a legitimate question concerning two very basic paintball strategies, the answers given wind up about as divided as the people who gave them? No offense to anyone whose posted here, but I can't stand it when people use discussions like these to proxy bash their most hated playstyles.

    In answer to the OP's question, I look at it like this: play your game and have fun.
  5. In Topic: AGWS v2.1

    31 October 2008 - 10:25 PM

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