Did the Smithsonian cover up evidence of giants?

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    michael17
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    The Smithsonian has admitted to covering up evidence of giants purportedly to preserve the narrative of evolution.

     

    https://youtu.be/sVmOnwng6gs

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    #32824

    michael17
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    The Smithsonian has admitted to covering up evidence of giants purportedly to preserve the narrative of evolution.

    https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/smithsonian-giant-skeletons/

    #32828

    jakelafort
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    Why would skeletons of Iron Giant forbears upend evolution?

    Mammals have down-sized greatly. If those skulls are authentic fossils of great big humans then i say so what! many of our ancestors became extinct. It is also increasingly clear that the various lineages were so horny that there is mixing of Denisovan, Neanderthal and other lineages. I read a recent article suggesting that newest dna analysis shows that there were multiple mixings at various points.

    How do you think we ended up with Taco Fall? Taco time, bitches! Some of dat tall ball dna, that is how.

    #32829

    michael17
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    Actually despite purchasing thousands of giant skeletons and “loosing” them the never admitted to doing it deliberately and their motive is unknown. However the Smithsonian dogged pro evolution stance gives little reason to deny the false report. Certainly the evidence of 8 -30 foot humans does not necessarily prove the existence of the nephilim; the offspring of angels and man.

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    #32832

    jakelafort
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    Not buying that story about evolution, eh Michael?

    #32833

    michael17
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    Not buying that story about evolution, eh Michael?

    I’m partial to this mans stance:

    https://youtu.be/iGuIgEpH5U4

    #32837

    jakelafort
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    Michael i only made it ten minutes or so. That is embarrassing. GaRbaGE…but it will only fool ignorant and willful theists.

    #32839

    Unseen
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    Well, michael17, it’s just your bad luck that the theory of evolution is pretty well proven, giants or no giants.

    #32842

    michael17
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    Well, michael17, it’s just your bad luck that the theory of evolution is pretty well proven, giants or no giants.

    Not all of the tenets of evolution are untrue. Just remember that until science can account for biogenesis all cards are still on the table.  But in regard to hominid evolution, it is certainly    an unproven narrative that changes virtually every year. Good luck pruning the ever changing incomplete bush from which we allegedly originate.

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    #32863

    The veracity of the theory of evolution has no dependency on biogenesis. This story is false. “What you see over there aren’t giants, but windmills“, said Sancho.

    #32870

    PopeBeanie
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    [I’ve merged the two topics having the same title and theme into one topic. That’s why some posts say that I’ve modified them, although I did not actually modify any individual posts. All posts are still sorted by time, just intermingled.]

    #32874

    Unseen
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    Michael, Snopes rated your giant coverup conspiracy “Satire.” Why are you bringing it up as supporting your case?

    #32875

    Unseen
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    Michael, giants are very unhealthy people with a lot of difficulties in life. They don’t live very long and, The Bible to the contrary, wouldn’t make very good warriors. Educate yourself.

    Why don’t we grow to be 10 feet tall?

    How tall can a human grow?

    #32876

    michael17
    Participant

    The veracity of the theory of evolution has no dependency on biogenesis. This story is false. “What you see over there aren’t giants, but windmills“, said Sancho.

    For certain, but it questions whether we can remove the source of life or a creator out of the picture. What blows life into inanimate star stuff?

    #32877

    michael17
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    Michael, giants are very unhealthy people with a lot of difficulties in life. They don’t live very long and, The Bible to the contrary, wouldn’t make very good warriors. Educate yourself. Why don’t we grow to be 10 feet tall? How tall can a human grow?

    There were well proportioned mighty giants in the past. Watch the first video in this chain.

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