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ROMAN + MONGOLIAN "BIG BOYS" & GIANT GIBBONS??

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Maximinus Thrax, The Thracian was Emperor of the Roman Empire from 235 to 238 AD. Every major account of his life remarked on his massive build, gargantuan strength and cruel, barbarous nature. There seems to be some discrepancy about his date of birth. His height was 8'6" tall. He was born in Trace, which is modern day Bulgaria. He spent most of his time as emperor fighting against the Germanic Tribes. The Germanic Tribes were north of the Danube River. The Danube was one of the northern borders of the Roman Empire. You might also want to take note that the eastern border of Bulgaria is on the Black Sea and the territory in which Maximinus was fighting was modern day Romania. Modern day Romania in ancient times became part of the Roman Empire. Maximinus was one of the 10 great Roman persecutors of the church. His life came to an end on May 10, 238AD, while resting in the afternoon sun. He and his son were murdered by Roman troops.

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WHAT'S INTERESTING ABOUT THE SUBJECT OF GIANTS IN HUMAN HISTORY IS THE WAY SCIENTISTS HAVE SUPPRESSED THEIR EXISTENCE ( AS CONFESSED ABOVE ) SINCE THE ADOPTION OF THE METAPHYSICAL RELIGION OF EVOLUTION.

THERE IS NO EXPLANATION FOR GIANTS IN HUMAN EVOLUTION. MAN IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE EVOLVED UPWARD FROM TINY LITTLE MONKEYS WITH TINY LITTLE BRAINS. THE BELIEF THAT "A LARGE BRAIN MEANS HIGHER INTELLIGENCE" PRESENTS A PROBLEM WHEN IT COMES TO GIANTS.

THIS IS NOT A PROBLEM FOR THE CREATION VIEW. IN FACT, IT STATES THAT MAN HAS "DEVOLVED OVER TIME" FROM LARGER, MORE INTELLIGENT ANCESTRY.

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THESE TWO PARTIALLY MUMMIFIED SKELETONS WERE REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN FOUND, ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHERS, IN A CAVE IN CHINA IN 1996. THEY STOOD ABOUT SEVEN FEET TALL IN LIFE.

THE BLACK & WHITE INSERT AT THE LEFT IS A GIBBON SKELETON.
THE SIMILARITIES OF THESE STRANGE NEW FINDS APPEARS OBVIOUS TO US.

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