posted on May, 7 2013 @ 12:56 PM
reply to post by TheomExperience
There has to be a first cause for the first action. Either the first time traveling back in time or the first time evolving on earth. Lets say
humans originally evolved to be a lizard like species, and a billion years down the road they don't like it, so they go back to alter the DNA. If
whatever happened happened, then they always did this. The problem is, now that humans are more "human like", who is going to go back in time to
alter the DNA when necessary, and how would they know this is necessary? They wouldn't know and as a result the time travel never happened and then
the human race ceases to exist as it is today. But again, that is not creating, that is altering an existing being.
The only possible way this could happen is if the soul/spirit hypothesis is true, where humans have an eternal timeless spirit and they they created
this physical realm and subsequently humans to be hosts to them. Then you don't have the paradox of self creation. You do however still have the
lack of objective evidence.