I suggest this be renamed Inhumans (Inhomo supremis)/Expanded History to better conform to existing nomenclature. -- Annabell (talk) 21:58, April 17, 2016 (UTC)

We have so many Inhuman pages that it would be best to keep this as a separated article to cover them all. See: Category:Inhumans by Species or Race, Category:Inhumans (Inhomo supremis)Mrkermit (talk) 21:20, April 18, 2016 (UTC)
I thought of giving it that name, but:
  • It's not really an expanded history page, as I've simply removed the history on the main page
  • It covers part of the other Inhumans species (in the Metagenesis part, and later in the Universal Inhumans part I haven't wrote yet).

Undoniel (talk) 14:46, December 17, 2016 (UTC)


There is a problem in the chronology of Inhumans and Eternals:

  • The Eternals are witnessed by the Kree in 750,000 BC.
  • The Metagenesis project is stopped in 300,000 BC.
  • The Kree experimented on Neanderthals and cro-magnons/Sapiens in 25,000 BC.

Given those dates and the mention of Homo antecessor as the species experimented on at first, my guess would be that Kree kept experimenting on humans due to the project being kind of kept operating due to not being stopped (as forgotten by the Supreme Intelligence during the Metagenesis project purge). But I haven't found (or I missed) any explicit references to this.

I can't explain the Inhumans landing on the Moon and Mars in 30,000 in another way than Medusa mocking the humans and/or twisting the dates (the Inhumans are stated to have gone in space at least after Randac found Terrigenesis, so they presumably landed on other planets before. Undoniel (talk) 14:46, December 17, 2016 (UTC)

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