posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 08:13 PM
So how did childbirth occur before this viras infected us with its DNA?
It likely didn't, giving birth isn't a requirement for making a new life, I think Mitosis came first from single-celled organisms and later
multi-celled animals gave their offspring shells, which were softer than the shells we know on land for the animals that are still in the water use
the shell as a sort of amniotic sac instead of a delicate barrier for life against predators.
However as species began to thrive on land shells on eggs became harder, chitinous as like bugs and bugs who laid eggs still used a larval stage
between egg and pupae stages (then adult?) and since mammals decided that giving birth was better because not only does your offspring survive in a
well-made nest but the mother can leave the still-growing child alone to bring it food.
Childbirth did not happen before DNA, DNA is what makes Childbirth a miracle. Viruses do not reproduce without a host, it is why they are not
considered life, and it is one of those spectacularly complex reasons why life is amazing; without Viruses deciding the basis of natural selection
humanity would have never existed, and perhaps Childbirth would still be a primitive thing where the mother doesn't really stand a chance to survive
after the arduous process of squeezing a watermelon through a garden hose.
Other than that, you know this means each human being is a walking talking vector for microbial attack, cover your mouth when you cough I don't need
Deny Ignorance ATS, Viruses did not directly lead to live-birth in Mammals, Viruses were what chased life into an Egg and without the egg no sperm
would be swimming in a race to see who gets what and where first.