posted on Jan, 22 2014 @ 04:54 PM
reply to post by Shuye
This ecologist believes that bad backs are evidence of us coming from lower gravity, when in fact this is clear evidence of evolution - our skeletons
are still catching up on our transition from quadruped to biped.
He believes that women having difficulty giving birth due to infants large cranial size is evidence of us being from another planet. We aren't unique
in this - there are other species, especially primates with large heads and which can have difficulties and complications resulting in injury or death
of both infant and mother. Also, why would we have evolved this trait on another planet? It makes no sense.
He believes that because we can't stay out in the sun for long periods of time like lizards, we are not from around here. What can I say to this
stupid claim? We are not lizards! We are warm blooded mammals, and as such we do not need to spend hours in the sun warming up to get our metabolism
up to speed. Heck, we aren't even the most sensitive mammals - many mammals are more sensitive to sunlight than us. Some are even - wait for it -
We aren't the only animal that gets sunburn either. Most animals have thick coats of fur, so it's not a problem, but pigs (who are sparsely haired
like us), for instance, will burn quite easy.
The claim that we do not like naturally occuring foods is wrong and stupid. Many people prefer natural foods, but to those that don't - maybe it's
because their taste buds are used to overprocessed supermarket items and not the real deal? Evidence that we are from another planet? Not likely.
It goes on and on with nonsense.
Have you guys seen the cover? It's like those super-amateurish rainbow alien jobs you see in all the newage nutter shops. The crystal people will love
it, but it speaks volumes about the authors bias. They have a clear agenda here.
Why would anyone take this seriously?
edit on RAmerica/Chicago31uWed, 22 Jan 2014 16:55:42 -06001-0600fCST04 by ReturnofTheSonOfNothing because: Because - look, crystals!