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The R-complex: the Reptilian Brain
These are the oldest parts of the brain: the ones that we share with reptiles and birds. They are thought to be the location of basic drives and instincts, basic needs and avoidances. This is "Brain One" in the "3 Brains in One" model
Originally posted by Alxandro
The THEORY that Man evolved from Ape is only partly true.
Considering the fact that there are three races of Man (Caucasoid, Negoid and Mongoloid) then it's safe to assume these evolved from the 3 species of Ape (Chimpanzee, Gorilla and Orangutan), with a littlehelp of course.
Originally posted by Old Man
Time will tell. We each have only a few years left, at maximum. Once that sand has run out, then we will know for sure.
Time will tell.
Originally posted by vasaga
The problems with evolutions are this..
- How can "coincidince" make larger smarter beings? don't feed me that crap that it's "natural selection". If you leave anything organized in nature for some years, when you come back, it's destroyed. It's not like you leave your old rotten camaro in the desert and come back and find a bumblebee. That's what evolution is like.. So unless there is some consciousness or God or whatever, it's impossible for the first cell the start working together with another on coincidence, which then also starts forming a bigger lifeform on coincidence, and then which also forms organs on coincidence which cannot live by themselves and therefore start working together with totally different organs on coincidence to form a larger being on coincidence, which on itself also starts getting smarter on coincide..
It is well known that, left to themselves, chemical compounds ultimately break apart into simpler materials; they do not ultimately become more complex. Outside forces can increase order for a time (through the expenditure of relatively large amounts of energy, and through the input of design). However, such reversal cannot last forever.
Originally posted by mhc_70
I would like to understand how evolutionists' come to terms with the contradiction between the second law of thermodynamics and natural selection?