Ingolmor náquetir, sa i enwa sa atani *yestaner telkonta talusset yéni *lindóre yá antane alta *nista *oliendenna silúmie atanion; sí meneldili *etsastear vinya nó manen enke san tule. Elenion téma *verehtane *Élikombelvasse ter loar *lindóre, ar si karaitie anyane ingarya epe hya nó loar *yundóre yá. I *verehtaler vistaner Ardo vilya ha tyáre rimbe *helletindi i tintaner aparuivi; aldaron úme firne ar palde *salquenori nostaner. Atani samner analta *ekesta termare qui tolunente talunta ar pollente kene *hairenna.
Scientists agree, that the fact that men started to walk on two feet many millions of years ago gave the development of modern man a big push; now astronomers are putting forward a new idea how that could have happened. A sequence of stars exploded in our Galaxy across several million years, and this activity reached its peak more or less two million years ago. The explosions changed Earth's atmosphere which caused frequent lightnings that kindled fires; masses of trees perished and wide grasslands were born. Men had bigger chance of survival if they rose to two feet and were able to see far away.
*yesta- vb "begin, start"
*lindóre adv. "several millions, many millions" https://eldamo.org/content/words/word-2457668225.html?neo
*nista n. "push, shove" https://eldamo.org/content/words/word-1256808583.html?neo
*oliende n. "the process of growth = evolution, development" cf. PE https://eldamo.org/content/words/word-3016834951.html
*etsasta- vb "put forward, propose, suggest" < *sasta- "put, place" < SAT
*verehta- vb "explode" < BERÉK
*élikombe n. "group of stars, galaxy"
*verehtale n. "explosion"
*helletinde n. "(lit.) skyflash, lightning"
*ekesta n. "chance, opportunity" EK/KES
*haire n. "distance" KHAY