posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 10:39 PM
Hey Observer, another good aspect to consider has to do with bipedalism.
Most evolution of life theories begin in a liquid, and creatures there in, evolve along an x axis only. (4 legged, low to the ground organisms)
If those perpetuate, then being oriented as Y Axis is a major darwinian advantage. You can see over the low x axis animals. You have an advantage in
terms of angle of attack. Also, when a species frees up limbs for something OTHER than locomotion, then they will use those limbs to craft and utilize
tools and technology. Thus, those early y axis organisms will have a major advantage in evolving higher level awareness and technological skill.
Only 2 legs may perpetuate better than multiple standing limbs, due to not needing additional energy, that multiple limbs would require, but still
providing a fall back in case a limb is lost entirely.
One major argument I hear about disbelievers saying, is this idea that real aliens wouldn't evolve to look like us at all. However, I argue the
contrary, due to facts like that, and using our sample data of Earth, look at how many non-human organisms are bipedal, and they evolved distinctly
separately for millions of years.
The counter argument that those detractors utilize is possible, don't get me wrong, but what evidence do they have, to support that idea? (I'd like to
order some science with a side of citations, super sized.)
edit on 23-11-2017 by Archivalist because: (no reason given)