Do you think that in a million and a half years someone/thing will be digging us up and making casts of us to see what we were?

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I’m ASSUMING (always a silly thing to do), that we will be gone long before that. The sun has another 6 million to go before it turns into a Red Giant and vaporizes everything so, maybe some other species will someday land here and their archeologists will sort of “dig in,” and see what used to live here.  Maybe no one will care, after all dinosaurs were a lot nicer than we are.  Maybe more fun as well.  They may have had lots of parties and gotten along well with some of the ones they didn’t eat.  No made up gods to fight over, no money, work or greed.  Might have been nice to live during those times, well, except for being trampled or turned into breakfast, I mean.

I read a great book that shows the picture of a shoe print, stitching and all, that was found in the same layer of stone as the dinosaurs.  No one knew what to say about that…but it was there anyway.  I love that.  Didn’t make front page news either…didn’t make the news at all.  I guess it just wasn’t important enough to tell everyone that a human had been checking things out and left a shoe print behind in a place where no shoe print should have been possible.  That’s the news for you…some things never change.

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2 Responses to Do you think that in a million and a half years someone/thing will be digging us up and making casts of us to see what we were?

  1. Future explorers, space travelers, and archaeologist will be aghast to find that our cultures ate planet sentients.

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