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Possibility Of Large Bones Being Found In North America

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AaronD

Thanks Gumshoeye, that is fascinating!

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Drew

BIGFOOT Giant Skeleton fail.

 

http://www.andywhiteanthropology.com/blog/attention-giant-enthusiasts-bigfoot-researchers-are-stealing-your-evidence

 

The dental features that Dover is pointing out as indicative of "divergent fromHomo sapiens" are, in fact, absolutely normal features of a normal human dentition.  Human maxillary molars (the large grinding teeth in the back of the upper jaw) typically have three roots: two on the cheek (buccal) side of the tooth and one on the tongue (lingual) side of the tooth. Mandibular molars generally only have two roots. Each root is associated with a socket, so each maxillary molar has three sockets (called alveoli).  A diagram of a normal human palate missing all the teeth (source) shows the same morphology as the Humboldt skull:

 

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JDL

Bumping this thread forward, since the topic has come up in other threads once more.

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Bodhi

 

BIGFOOT Giant Skeleton fail.

 

http://www.andywhiteanthropology.com/blog/attention-giant-enthusiasts-bigfoot-researchers-are-stealing-your-evidence

 

The dental features that Dover is pointing out as indicative of "divergent fromHomo sapiens" are, in fact, absolutely normal features of a normal human dentition.  Human maxillary molars (the large grinding teeth in the back of the upper jaw) typically have three roots: two on the cheek (buccal) side of the tooth and one on the tongue (lingual) side of the tooth. Mandibular molars generally only have two roots. Each root is associated with a socket, so each maxillary molar has three sockets (called alveoli).  A diagram of a normal human palate missing all the teeth (source) shows the same morphology as the Humboldt skull:

 

 

This^^^^.

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