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Why on earth would you want that many gazelles anyway?
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A young historian and scientist is trying to prove that in the very
far past there actually were animals and insects and that even
humans did not always think rationally.
Although it was a very short period in human history, he shows
that there was a time when early science was developed along
with crude technologies around a time called "The Millenia" in
which in most areas around the world people spoke a language
called "Englis" and remnants of their documents have been
uncovered and deciphered. These include images of four and six
legged creatures, winged creatures, and a whole set of
The professors are very sceptical about his methods and
conclusions and finally convince him that he must be wrong.
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||I just don't like it. [-]
||I think he envisions a future without non-human animals or insects, wherein a young scientist does this and that.
||Yes [Voice]. Not robots but humans, with no other animals,
which we are quickly killing away in our search of
for everything including food.
||So, it seems, their will be no vegetation either.
||6-legged and 8-legged creatures with multiple eyes? Seems
implausibly redundant. Nature doesn't maintain parts that it