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The fossil, unearthed by palaeontologist Zandra Z. Zuccor and her team of diggers, shows the distinguishing features of the long-neck, long-tail plant-eaters like diplodocus, brachiosaurus and brontomerus - the largest land creatures ever to walk on Earth.

Palaeontologists see the recently discovered Leonerasaurus Taquetransis as the
connection between the great apes of history and their much wiser, less hairy 
descendants. This theory is based on the fact that a small bone inside the dinosaur's
spinal column is virtually similar to a small bone that both humans and apes have.

"This find is monumental," said Zuccor. "Not only does it finally tell us where we might have came from, but also where our ancestors might have
gone to, if that makes sense," which, in this reporter's eyes, it does.

The find has caused much confusion however, and in many ways has only raised more questions on the nature of human evolution. Historians cannot
fathom why early man would have evolved into dinosaurs, only to evolve back into men a few aeons later.

Many dinosaur specialists, however, believe that the find explains a lot. "We've been trying to figure out what happened to the dinosaurs for years, and
now we know - it wasn't a meteor or an ice age - they evolved into us. It makes perfect sense."

It has also invited further speculation on the origins of the original dinosaurs, with scientists asking: could they have evolved from men too? Noted
anthropologist Dwight Beaver has even suggested that we ourselves may one day become dinosaurs again, pointing out that the redundant tail bone
belonging to all humans may be of evidence this. "We're all just vertebrates at the end of the day," he said. He also noted that such an evolution would
be "cooler than words can describe. RAWR! I'm a dinosaur!"

Rob Hanson of Cardiff, Wales told our reporter that the whole thing sounded like utter nonsense to him. His opinion has been dismissed however
because he doesn't even have a degree.

Agence France-Presse "Missing link dinosaur uncovered in Argentina      Times Columnist, March 27, 2011

 

 

It is a well accepted fact that the base of the human brain is reptilian.  

Millions of years ago a great cosmic cataclysm wiped the dinosaurs from the Earth. Over 90% of all life forms perished. The climate and
typography of the planet was radically changed. Over time a whole new set of life forms populated the planet that were more suited to the
new environmental conditions. After a few more great cataclysmic events happened, and another change in the population of the planet,
humans appeared on the horizon. Where did they come from?

The dinosaurs were the dominant species of their era, man is the dominant species of his era. Coincidence or design?

Here is where it becomes a little esoteric. The biosphere of the Earth is a mass of living material consisting of billions of species from single
cell organisms to complex mammals, all living in a giant web of interconnected and interdependent life. The Earth is the host of this biosphere,
this living mantle of life. Is this also by design or fluke? I believe the Earth itself is the living being - the Mother of all life on it. Like our own
bodies are host to a great variety of parasites, bacteria all living in symbiotic relation to each other, the Earth is a macrocosm of similar
relationships of being living in symbiotic relationships. The Earth is the source of the energy/life force that allows life to exist and flourish.

After the great cataclysms of the past when most of living thing perished and the medium for life to exist, the biosphere, had changed, life
renewed itself with a whole new paradigm of life forms suitable to the changed conditions. By looking at life as a continuum and integrated
whole, we see that life itself is the one thing that does not perish, that it never has had an end or beginning, at least not that we could ever
ascertain. So, it is the biosphere that has evolved to adjust to the changes of the environment that has been altered by cosmic forces.
Every paradigm has had a dominant species, each evolving from the ashes, like a Phoenix bird, reinventing itself to accommodate the new
conditions. With each cataclysmic event and rebirth, the brain evolved a new lobe, adding to its complexity and usefulness.

Some might call this a spiritual evolution but I think it has more to do with something as simple as the life force inherent in the Earth evolving
to suit the changing cosmology of the universe. Hell, the Universe itself may be a living being with our solar system being just one atomic
structure within its "body".

There it is in a nut shell. Obviously it is much more complicated than that, but it is a beginning for discussion.

 

 

Human Dinosaurs Psittacosaurus Went from Moving on Four Feet to Two

 

dinosaurs II

 

 

Added by Tom Ukinski on June 28, 2013.

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Christian Science Monitor reports that new research suggests that the Psittacosaurus, or “parrot dinosaur,’” went from moving on four feet to two about 100
million years ago,

 in a region now part of China. Walking upright on two legs might have made human dinosaurs.

Qi Zhao, a Ph.D. student at the University of Bristol and also a researcher at the Institute for Vertebrate Paleontology in Beijing, studied a total of 16 fossil
specimens of Psittacosauses that generally varied in age from 1 to 10 years old. Specimens of the 1-year-old Psittacosauses show that they might have
developed like a modern human being, starting on all fours and then standing and walking.

The findings were published in the scientific journal Nature Communications. Indications are that Psittacosauruses had evolved over time from four-legged
adults to two-legged adults, adapting to environmental pressures.

The Psittacosaurus has been dubbed: the Lizard King,” after a song by Jim Morrison and the Doors on the album “Waiting for the Sun,” which contains the
couplet I am the Lizard King / And I can do anything.”

We know that a significant event in evolution occurred when animals climbed out of the water to live on the land.  Mammals started out as tetrapods, or four-legged

animals.  Most mammals are still traveling on four legs.  But a bipedal species has evolutionary advantages.  It has a better view of approaching predators, can
wade into deeper water for fish, and reach up higher to snag fruit from the trees.  In order to stay upright (and keep moving), the hipbones in humans needed to
be changed

from a locomotive device (helping to use the back legs to travel) to a load-bearing one (keep the top half on top).  Bipedalism allowed reduce the amount of skin

exposed to the tropical sun, which helped to avoid hyperthermia. It freed up our hands and arms for tool making.  This practice is s estimated to have started about

2.6 million years ago.

Bipedalism saved energy during locomotion, enabling long distance running and hunting.  Humans had to walk, because climatic conditions forced them to come|
down from the trees to the savannas in order to search for water and food. They had to hurry in order to evade predators. Or at least try to.
Bipedalism caused humans to develop bigger brains.  Encephalization refers to the tendency for a species to increase brain size through evolutionary time.
The rapid increase in brain size occurred about 500,000 years ago.

But bipedalism may have preceded encephalization.  It may have started when Homininae, the tribe that includes the human clan, disassociated themselves from
the Panini tribe.  The Panini tribe as composed of chimpanzees. Compared to the chimpanzee brain, the human brain is not only larger, but certain brain regions
were particularly altered during human evolution. In any event,humans are the only Homininae that survived.Dinosaurs might have been human, and humans
dinosaurian, in their ability to stand up, but how did bipedalism make us particularly human?The early bipedals eventually evolved into the australopithecines and
later the genus 

Homo. Australopithecines lived between the Pliocene (5.332 to 2.588 million years ago) and the Pleistocene (2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago) epochs.  Homo is
thegenus of great apes that includes modern humans and species closely related to them. The genus is estimated to be about 2.3 to 2.4 million years old.

The best advantage of walking upright is that it provided more energy for brain development.   About two percent of body weight uses 20% of the body’s energy. 
More available energy had the effect of developing the prefrontal cortex in humans, the area of the brain that governs executive functions, such as solving problems
and inhibiting emotional impulses.  It permitted humans to interpret life and make predictions based on past experiences.  It also allowed them to ascribe motivation
to others, which helped in the socialization process.  (John Medina, Brain Rules).  Humans began to gather together between 1 million to 800,000 years ago.  They
were communicating by means of symbols 250,000 years ago.

Bipedalism may have been the time of sexual dimorphism in humans, which concerns the differences in the sexes.  Dimorphism is particularly evidenced by
variances in their brains.  Men have larger brains on average than women, but women have a higher percentage of gray matter.  Comparing size to gray matter,
the differences even out.  Still, recent studies have shown that men use more of their brains than women in the same mental tasks.

Strutting along on two legs might have increased the adaptive abilities of both humans and dinosaurs, and made them cousins, but dinosaurs gained extinction,
and the human population grew from a few thousand to seven billion.

 

By:  Tom Ukinski