People, black people do burn...that's a fallacy that they don't
, Thank God we
have a nursing student to come here to shoot down some thinly veiled attempts.
Just countering some arguments here, because OBVIOUSLY if people would have been placed here by somebody else, it doesn't say "WHITE PEOPLE" were
placed here, it includes ALL people, white, black, brown, tan, beige, pink, and red...so...your argument is a logical fallacy.
Whales, dolphins and any sea creatures that gets sunburn, they do because obviously they were built to be semi-aquatic, meaning if they stay down far
enough in the water the sun's rays wouldn't reach them, but if close or on the surface...obviously they'll get sunburned.
I saw another theory placing humans having developed as an aquatic species, which would also explain why we get sunburned obviously. Just saying that
this article isn't the only one to declare some pretty odd theories to explain a true mystery, here's a hint if we did evolve on the surface of this
planet, we should be covered with hair and we shouldn't sunburn. That is basically an accepted fact.
And why walk upright? It's also causing undue stress on our skeletal system. (that's why I never understood that Aliens are pictured with big heads
and thin bodies, they shouldn't even be able to run around on our Earth with it's gravity without some kind of anti gravity suit).
We get back pains and diseases mostly by the crap processed foods we eat and the poison we pump into the environment (Ancient man hunter and gatherers
did NOT suffer most of the diseases and cancers or back pains we do.)
Here's a hint I have less intake of crap processed foods, my back doesn't hurt as much as my counterparts, and I sit quite an extended time. When I
was eating junk, I noticed back pains became a problem, I stopped and have less or no processed foods now with wonderful results. I'm thin also, I
believe obesity also causes most back pain. Figure in the gravity we live in, and being obese and such causes undue stress on the back of a skeletal
system not really "FIT" for our gravity.
Pigs I'm suspicious of anyway, because a whole buttload of people won't eat them. Elephants is a mystery, but we also don't eat them, but not as
unclean so much out of who the heck would need that much meat. LOL. Hippos also sunburn. But if you believe evolution, then we all come from aquatic
life, however if we believe Darwinism these things should have been weeded out of the DNA of all these animals and us...but it wasn't. Really the
scientific community accepts only one time in history that the lifeforms on this planet truly "FIT" for this planet, dinosaurs. Because they were
built stout and had all the devices they needed right down to not sunburning. So what did the modern animal kingdom come from? If you notice lizards,
alligators, birds, and crocks don't sunburn and they are related to...drum roll...dinosaurs... so in my view all that should exist here is aquatic
life, and lizards, alligators, birds, and crocks. So our entire animal kingdom on the surface of Earth is a conundrum. Too bad we can't explore
another living planet (That is a planet with life) similar to ours and find out if life truly develops on the same path it has here. That will be the
only definitive proof in my eyes. Which may never happen. So until then, I'll keep an open mind. Even though this sounds like a Dianetics re-write,
and personally I don't believe it's a prison planet at all. But something is definitely cuckoo with evolution. It doesn't really follow a logical
timeline. Because we developed without the needed tools before we actually had the abilities to make our own tools, This screams in the face of cause
preceding effect of scientific minds.
edit on 15-11-2013 by ldyserenity because: Not proceed precede