reply to post by windlass34
I thought that one of the best things that proves intelligence was a theory I came up with. I promise I came up with this and its not someone elses
work, even though I get asked that a lot.
Anyhow, its called Target Food.
From looking at any number of various diets amongst different species, there is a pattern that emerges. This pattern seems to point in the direction
that there is a specific food that the species is looking for. Thus the name Target Food. Now on a very rare occasion you can locate a species that
survives fully on one food. Rght now the abalone and macroalge or kelp.
The kicker here is that someone had to of programmed all species to have this drive to not only know what the target food is, but also know what its
not. The reason I state that is because there is NEVER an experimental stage listed in any diet, unless the species is starving, but more importantly
experimentation is NEVER the first thing that happens when Target Food or secondary food is available.
Most species here on earth don't have Target Food, so what happens is you start to see a pattern emerge for back up food. A good diet for example is
the squirrel diet...
Squirrel eating a peanut
The Indian palm squirrel is the most common type of squirrel found in India.Squirrels cannot digest cellulose, so must rely on foods rich in protein,
carbohydrates, and fats. In temperate regions, early spring is the hardest time of year for squirrels, because buried nuts begin to sprout and are no
longer available for the squirrel to eat, and new food sources have not become available yet. During these times, squirrels rely heavily on the buds
of trees. Squirrels' diets consist primarily of a wide variety of plants, including nuts, seeds, conifer cones, fruits, fungi and green vegetation.
However, some squirrels also consume meat, especially when faced with hunger. Squirrels have been known to eat insects, eggs, small birds, young
snakes and smaller rodents. Indeed, some tropical species have shifted almost entirely to a diet of insects.
As you can see the squirrel has a wide range diet to the point that he is referred to as an herbivore. Anytime you see a species eating a wide range
of product in a group like that, they are in what we will call phase one of hunger. Because this guy loses those main items out of season, he picks
up an additional group, we will call this phase 2 of hunger. Now phase 3 would be eating rocks and dirt or poo, total starvation. You have to also
realize these rules never apply to domesticated animals as we predict what they can and can't eat.
From what I'm able to figure out, there would be no more than a total of 3 foods to make up a total list of food for a species, but it could possibly
be just one in target. If the food is a supplement then it can't be a target food. For example I feed my parakeets a mixed mash of seed but they
would probably eat differently in the wild, however just because they eat a certain way in the wild does not mean they are eating their Target
Target food is identified not soley by the species only eating that food, but also by the food being the instinctive choice. Where evolutionists get
lost is in this next part. All of those in a species are choosing the same food, the first time, providing they all have the same food available in
the area they occupy. So not only do they know what not to eat, but they seem to know what to go after as food, and there appears to be some type of
motivational drive in the selection that is made because they all make the same choice. Call it instinct, but what I'm saying is somone had to of
programmed that instinct in them. There is no way it could be done without first knowing that the Target food is avaiable.
The reason we have things in the mess that they are in, is because like it states in the bible, everything was brought here, all the plants, the herbs
and the animals. The problem is that you can't do that. It's causes an imballance in the life on the planet, and it would be the same if someone
simply took one or more out of the picture. This is why we are in the 6th largest mass extinction right now, and scientists are baffled at the loss
because they are first making the wrong assumption that all this life is from here and that it belongs here.