posted on Apr, 3 2013 @ 05:05 AM
Originally posted by flice
I want to be the guy that asks this.....
No one finds this coincidence a little wild? I mean.... what are the odds that something naturally occuring would depict the alphabet as much as these
Makes you wonder...
Even if the alphabet was invented by some scientist type person back in the day, how on earth would he have been able to observe all the different
butterflies in their different areas on Earth?
You confuse cause and effect with one another.
The more logical conclusion is that the shapes of the letters in our alphabet are common trough out all of nature.
Just last month I pooped out 6 different letters of the alphabet, which is not the best example but these shapes return in the form of lands, rocks,
lakes, trees, butterflies you name it.
Besides that more and more evidence is found that we exist in a giant complex maze of mathematical formulas all around us. Our population growth for
example can be measured using the fibonacci sequence which also returns in several plantforms and the expansion of the universe itself.
Our prime or first signs of spoken and written language can be traced back as far as ancient Sumeria/Babylon roughly 10.000 BC.
Nature as we know it has been around for millions of years, so our alphabet is probably the result of seeing and recording common and reocurring
shapes in nature. Butterflies just happen to be part of nature.