prehistoric oopsie

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  1. littlebotbrat

    littlebotbrat Well-Known Member

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    In the beast wars, the humans came from the area where ark was located. Weren't the G1 characters in California so how could people started evolved there if there weren't any prehistoric apes in prehistoric California.Not one ape fossil was found in Brea Tar pits, so where did makers of beast wars get that idea. The first human fossils were found in Africa where there are great apes. Humans that would in California would be the newly immigrants from Asia Minor.
     
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    maybe the maximals moved the ark to america to set history right or maybe the maximals moved the primitive humans to africa to set history right.
     
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    Spekkio Master of War

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    I don't know why you're worried about evolution. We all know that the Flying Spaghetti Monster created mankind. Good catch, though.
     
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    The Ark crashed in Oregon, not California.

    Considering that the Maximals scanned African animals, yet were easily able to get to the Arctic by *running* and the Ark wasn't a continent and an ocean away...well, it pretty much just proves they were in the G1 cartoon universe, where its possible to drive from the US to Bali! :lol 
     
  5. Sso02V

    Sso02V Injector Has a Posse

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    Geography was always the first thing to get thrown out the door when the story called for it in BW.
     
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    Pangea...? :) 
     
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    Why stop with BW? Atleast they made an attempt. G1 was the worst offender. (Remember the 'map' of Europe?)

    I always thought they just used time lapses when shifting from area to area, as the time was never specified and you never saw the complete trip from there to there.
     
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    RandomFerret Fuzzy Forever

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    Yeah, the Atlantic Ocean had already formed by the time of Australopithecus.

    In the first season, the beast warriors had to stay close to their respective home bases because of energon overload, but from the second season on, they were free to roam the planet.

    Really, after the transwarp explosion, there should have been no more conflict with the Predacons. There were a dozen of them scattered across the entire planet. What are the odds of any of them running into each other?
     
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    I'm not sure I understand this statement. After the transwarp explosion there were only five Preds: Megs and Waspinator were in their based, and Inferno, BA, and Tarantulas were in the Maximal base, not scattered by any means. Then Quickstrike and Silverbolt showed up.

    As long as Megs still functioned there would always be a war. He wouldn't allow it to end like that.
     

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