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Uncontacted tribe discovered in Brazil

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Full Story HERE and also HERE

 

The article says that red-painted men took bow potshots at the helicopter. Does this mean that they know nothing whatsoever of the outside world?

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Full Story HERE and also HERE

 

The article says that red-painted men took bow potshots at the helicopter. Does this mean that they know nothing whatsoever of the outside world?

 

 

Yes I think so - saw something that said it may not be wise to contact them face to face because they may not be immune to things like the common cold etc

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they just aim the bows to the plane o/

 

I remember one video about a tribe that just could speak one word

 

 

One word> What was it? "Ugh?"

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One word> What was it? "Ugh?"

:rofl: so previsible

 

nope, and i sounds really really weird

i can't write it :blink:

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:rofl: so previsible

 

nope, and i sounds really really weird

i can't write it :blink:

 

It was 'Beer'.

 

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Yes I would agree about limited to no contact for now. They

would be extremely vunerable to contaigens that we are

capable of carrying and transmitting. History bears this out

when considering the first European colonization wave to the

Americas.

 

Quote from Wikipedia:

 

"Thus the large-scale contact with Europeans after 1492 introduced

novel germs to the indigenous people of the Americas. Epidemics

of smallpox (1518, 1521, 1525, 1558, 1589), typhus (1546), influenza

(1558), diphtheria (1614) and measles (1618) swept ahead of initial

European contact, killing between 10 million and 20 million people,

up to 95% of the indigenous population of the Americas. This population

loss and the cultural chaos and political collapses it caused greatly

facilitated both colonization of the land and the conquest of the native

civilizations."

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If i was shot by these motherers i would napalm-fry them :blowup:

so they could remain an unknown tribe :biggrin:

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