What do you think the world would be like if dinosaurs still roam the earth?
Without humans since they would not stand a chance of survival. Oh, and very stinky.
It would be much the same I think. Larger petting zoos, more wildlife refuge, more activists to save the endangered.
Do you think that man would stand humbly by and let the Dino rule? Not to worry!
Pepper spray will not be enough to ward off stray animals. I wonder if children will still enjoy Barney?
But I think they'd be dead sooner or later. That's how humans operate.
They would be on the endagered species list and we would still be using coal power instead of oil.
Wow. I wonder whether others got your hidden message i agree "dinos would have still be extinct or endangered but in the process our human progress could have slow a bit" is that your message? if so i really like the way you organize your words....
Prehistoric monsters consumed lots of trees, if they didn't consume each other. What would the avid environmentalists do if the dinosaurs were still here? There would have been far fewer trees to protect by now.
Dinosaurs would presumably be unimpressed by activists chained to trees they wantonly intended to consume. Also, if the creatures wantonly consumed all of those things, including the trees, chains and activists, there would be no one left to protect the environment.
I discussed this and the traffic implications in my hub about cement dinosaurs.
If you want me to answer with seriousness and in a real sense. Then we would have hunted dinosaurs to extinction. They may be large and powerful but we are much smarter. Determinant soldiers had faced a charge by Elephants and killed them with easy because elephants are larger but humans are smarter. And same would have been the case for Dinos. There is nothing that can equal the shier will and survivability humans. We say god is powerful but he is just a god but we are mighty humans, god never reached Moon but we did. So if we are smarter and greater than the almighty in someways then i pity the dinos if they had the misfortune of coexisting with us.
Note: after all dinos dont have N-bombs and F15 fighters.
The Earth as we know it today would not exist if dinosaurs still roamed. The planet would be very dangerous to live in and the weather globally would probably be warmer with the possibility of a richer atmosphere. The carnivorous dinosaurs would be human predators as well as eat other dinosaurs. This would make survival very difficult for the human population. There is also the possibility that mankind would not be present since it arrived after the extinction of the dinosaurs. There are some who theorize that their extinction made room for the modern plants, sea creatures, land animals and human beings.
Well I know what it's like when you are playing soccer and the field was used for a dog show the day before...and no one picked up the " poop "..so I could only imagine...can you ? just a thought....
Hmm... Unknown this is a very interesting question. Honestly, it'd probably be awesome. If we have people who are in touch with the tigers and alligators, birds, and horses, surely we could train the dinosaurs just as our predecessors, The Fintstones did. lol. I bet we'd have some great people training and learning how to understand the non lethal kind. With our technology today, we could defend ourselves from the lethal dinosaurs. Unless their existence would have slowed our technological advances... that's an interesting questions and provides an awesome idea for a story. Someone needs to write this book!! What if the dinosaurs never died out!!
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