posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 07:01 PM
reply to post by OhZone
Nobody came to the presupposition that "Evolution was necessary" - it was discovered, a theory used to describe what we were seeing in the natural
biology and in the fossil record. It's the only thing which happens to fit the facts, and no other theory has even come close to replacing it.
Why are we stuck thinking it happened on Earth? Because every shred of emperical evidence from MANY different fields point to it being true.
No evidence of evolution happening? It's still happening right now! Type "observed examples of speciation" into Google sometime.
Why do people refuse to think outside the box? They don't. Most of science's greatest achievements were made by people who thought outside the box.
Einstein certainly wasn't thinking inside the box when he came up with his theory of relativity - but to date, nobody has been able to prove him
wrong based on the observable facts. However there is absolutely nothing academic to gain by making baseless statements which don't fit the
Why do people scoff at the idea that the Earth was once colonized by aliens? Because there is no emperical PROOF of it. Anywhere. Aliens very well
might HAVE colonized Earth at one point, but even if they did, science cannot make that statement because there is NOTHING to back it up. And genetics
certainly doesn't show any evidence of alien tampering with our DNA. There is NOTHING in our DNA which shows evidence of tampering. Hell, 95% of our
DNA is absolute JUNK and studies in mice have shown that you could take that 95% junk DNA out of our bodies and there would be absolutely no
Giant Skeletons, confirmed hoaxes. Those mummy skulls? There's nothing out of the ordinary about them. The elongated skulls? Cranial manipulation by
ancient civilization. (manipulation of bone structure is still done to this day by many tribes). Starchild skull? It has normal pairs of X/Y
chromosomes and mitochondrial DNA confirms it had a human mother (mitochondrial DNA is only traceable through the mother) and she was from a known
Native American tribe.
[edit on 10-6-2008 by Lasheic]