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Earth without humans?
« on: March 23, 2020, 10:11:03 pm »
What would the Earth be like without humans?

If the dinosaurs had not gone extinct and humanity had not evolved as the dominant species, then how would life on Earth have evolved? What would have been the dominant species? Would it have been the dinosaurs or something else? Would various animal species have reached the "walking and talking" stage after thousands or millions of years of evolution? What would their societies have been like?
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Re: Earth without humans?
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2020, 09:36:07 pm »
One potential example would be the famous (Or infamous unfinished work) called The Arichtect of Sleep by mr. Boyette.
In it, raccoons are the new human. They had a deceptively "simple " society that was as rich as our own. They also had no verbal communication,  but used sign language.  The raccoons used animals for transporting things like we did/ do.  They had bows,  sings,  knives etc.  They had the wheel,  textiles,  entertainment,  trade,  specialized jobs.  And they had war.
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