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 What kind of meat does the human body digest, most efficiently?
Jesus lizard
Posted: Feb 1 2012, 07:29 PM


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Simple question that's always floated around in my head.
I'd assume that it would be fish.

Don' gimee none a that "plant" crap.
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Rasec Wizzlbang
Posted: Feb 1 2012, 08:13 PM


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Human, obviously. It's a lot easier to turn human flesh back into human flesh than any other kind of flesh! 202.gif


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Revereche
Posted: Feb 1 2012, 10:44 PM


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Most seafood, lending credence to the "aquatic ape" theory.


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Rasec Wizzlbang
Posted: Feb 1 2012, 11:25 PM


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NO

MY THEORY IS INFALLIBLE sad.gif

I wonder what primates might look like if they evolved more predatory habits and a stricktly carnivorous diet?

After Man had an answer for Monkeys, but I'm talking about higher primates.
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Like, what would we look like if, instead of our ancestors becoming more efficient at tool crafting and problem solving, they became more efficient predators?

Yes, I know tool crafting and problem solving make efficient predators, but I'm talking about a more 'traditional' route.


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xolta
Posted: Feb 1 2012, 11:36 PM


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Fish and arthropods.


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Revereche
Posted: Feb 2 2012, 12:03 AM


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QUOTE (Rasec Wizzlbang @ Feb 1 2012, 06:25 PM)
NO

MY THEORY IS INFALLIBLE sad.gif

I wonder what primates might look like if they evolved more predatory habits and a stricktly carnivorous diet?

After Man had an answer for Monkeys, but I'm talking about higher primates.
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Like, what would we look like if, instead of our ancestors becoming more efficient at tool crafting and problem solving, they became more efficient predators?

Yes, I know tool crafting and problem solving make efficient predators, but I'm talking about a more 'traditional' route.

They probably would have shifted toward looking like dogs or bears, like most other mammals. Think mandrill and lemur for an idea of the midpoints.


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Rasec Wizzlbang
Posted: Feb 2 2012, 12:12 AM


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Posted: Feb 9 2012, 05:54 AM


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I'm sure you'd want to know, sick cannibal pervert FUCK


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Admiral_Aorta
Posted: Feb 9 2012, 06:23 AM


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QUOTE (Revereche @ Feb 1 2012, 10:44 PM)
Most seafood, lending credence to the "aquatic ape" theory.

What a pity nothing else does. My favorite wacky offshoot of that is the crazy suggestion that all mammals are orginally aquatic animals shaped like embryos that maintained buoyancy with gas bags in their oversized craniums.


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Rasec Wizzlbang
Posted: Feb 9 2012, 06:33 AM


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There's actually a lot going for the aquatic ape theory.

Our oily, hairless bodies, hooded noses, flat paddly feet(;ast one kind of a stretch, but it works)

And we're also the only ape that can swim.


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Admiral_Aorta
Posted: Feb 9 2012, 06:51 AM


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QUOTE (Rasec Wizzlbang @ Feb 9 2012, 06:33 AM)
There's actually a lot going for the aquatic ape theory.

Our oily, hairless bodies, hooded noses, flat paddly feet(;ast one kind of a stretch, but it works)

And we're also the only ape that can swim.

Human bodies aren't that hairless, there's a lot of variation between individuals and there are aquatic mammals with hair:most seals, sea otters, polar bears. Lots of aquatic animals don't actually have sebaceous glands, and in humans they're more active in males, suggesting some sexual role rather than an adaptation to water. Feet that vaguely resemble paddles don't mean that we used to be aquatic. There's also the issue that the hypothesis is untestable and the proponents of it make lots of uncited claims.


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Rasec Wizzlbang
Posted: Feb 9 2012, 07:05 AM


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STOP DISCREDITING MY OUTLANDISH CLAIMS

I JUST WANT CANNIBALISTIC FISH PEOPLE

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Revereche
Posted: Feb 9 2012, 07:32 AM


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There are factors for it and against it - so yeah, it's a theory. Bit of a jump from that to wacky gasbaghead claim.


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Admiral_Aorta
Posted: Feb 9 2012, 09:51 AM


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Actually it's a hypothesis. Most of the arguments for it are circumstantial at best, there's a reason you won't find any mainstream anthropologists talking about it. Someone has made a nice little website critiquing it here. I wasn't trying to imply that the inflatable head fetuses were part of it, I just like how silly that particular variant of the hypothesis is.


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Posted: Feb 9 2012, 01:11 PM


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