posted on May, 20 2009 @ 08:26 AM
This just doesn't make much sense to me. We seem to have a problem with the way evolution is being presented to us.
This lemur is 47million years old and is being touted as proof. What about the other guys in the picture. What about the dudes that walked around on
their hands half the time and standing up the other half.
What about the other fella's after him that walked around hunch-backed. Then the guys after him that walked around a little more up-right.
How is it that they can find a fossil of 47million years, but can't find one of 20m, 13, 7m, 2m. There are about 6-7 stages presented in evolution
and this seems to be about the earliest.
What happend to the rest of the guys? Surely there is at least one fossil record of each of the stages. They must all, or most, be shown as proof
before anyone can conclude that we evolved the same way as other life on this Earth.
Surely they can show us that these earlier species of man truly existed, intelligently, before they can assume we should believe the evolution theory
as a pre-cursor to our own existence in it's current state.
Edit to add: Why is it believed that we, in our current state, are no longer physically evolving, but emerged from evolution its self? Are they
postulating that we have evolved into a physically perfect form?
[edit on 20-5-2009 by esteay812]