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Greetings, The listed question and reply cover most of what I was interested in, but I would like a bit more clarification. It was stated that even 80 million years from the time Mankind became extinct traces of our civilization would remain, thus it is expected that we would find traces of manufactured artifacts if the dinosaurs had a civilization. But, if you were digging some 80 million years from now, wouldnít the location that you dig determine if you find anything? I mean, if you were digging in what is now the Outback, or even say, Nebraska, then what would the chances be? Iíll grant you that digging into the site of a city would surely give you a clue, but isnít that rather hit-or-miss? By no means has the entire surface of the planet been exhumed, so isnít it even a little possible that we just havenít found the right spot yet? Also, we have lots of cities and towns in our civilization, but if a prior one didnít have that many, or was not based on metallurgy, would we still be able to tell after all this time? Obviously that would make location even more critical. Thanks, Richard
Re: re:ID: 889076505.Es Civilized dinosuars
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