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Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?

 
pish
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people need to get out of the mindset that its GOD vs Evolution. The truth is somewhere inbetween. Obviously radical evolution spontaneous is just as ridiculous as spontaneous creation with the snap of a godly finger.

Look at the facts...Apes and men share a huge amount of DNA. But who manipulated that DNA? One used to be only able to say GOD, but with all the technical advances lately..is it really so far fetched to believe anyone with the knowhow could do it?

Thats the difference. People want one extreme or the other...either its GOD or its random chance...BS!!! The truth is creationism fostered by evolution(of DNA) by intelligent beings.
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Monkeys? thats just silly.
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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
Jesus. Has anyone taken a zoology class before? Its clearly obvious that animals are inter-related and share common "programming".

If I had the ability to create life on a grand scale...its exactly how it would work! The DNA is just...code...like the Matrix. You can make whatever you want with it...You have a monkey? Cool. Then give it some extra brain power and voila..you got something completely different, but still the same in a sense.

In the End..perhaps it is God. But he didn't just say "Let there be Hippos!" and they appeared. He used the building blocks that are the foundation for everything. This means ANYONE with the knowledge could build ANYTHING. Is there Intelligent Design? I think so. Who is that Intelligence? That Im not so sure of, and you shouldn't be either. WE DON'T KNOW.
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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
i used to struggle with this belief.... although it makes a lot of sense to me now


what about the RH negative folks though?
i get on this site... way too much
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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
Jesus. Has anyone taken a zoology class before? Its clearly obvious that animals are inter-related and share common "programming".

If I had the ability to create life on a grand scale...its exactly how it would work! The DNA is just...code...like the Matrix. You can make whatever you want with it...You have a monkey? Cool. Then give it some extra brain power and voila..you got something completely different, but still the same in a sense.

In the End..perhaps it is God. But he didn't just say "Let there be Hippos!" and they appeared. He used the building blocks that are the foundation for everything. This means ANYONE with the knowledge could build ANYTHING. Is there Intelligent Design? I think so. Who is that Intelligence? That Im not so sure of, and you shouldn't be either. WE DON'T KNOW.
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everything is made of the same material, just with different energies

everything stores energy

you can burn a piece of wood but it will only release how much energy it has stored up in it

radioactive isotopes like uranium 235, when they have fully gone through all 'half-lives' will then be what we call lead
so what was it , uranium or lead?

a block of salt on a table, you can see
put it in a glass of water, it becomes 'invisible' but it is still there
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11/09/2012 02:25 AM
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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
Jesus. Has anyone taken a zoology class before? Its clearly obvious that animals are inter-related and share common "programming".

If I had the ability to create life on a grand scale...its exactly how it would work! The DNA is just...code...like the Matrix. You can make whatever you want with it...You have a monkey? Cool. Then give it some extra brain power and voila..you got something completely different, but still the same in a sense.

In the End..perhaps it is God. But he didn't just say "Let there be Hippos!" and they appeared. He used the building blocks that are the foundation for everything. This means ANYONE with the knowledge could build ANYTHING. Is there Intelligent Design? I think so. Who is that Intelligence? That Im not so sure of, and you shouldn't be either. WE DON'T KNOW.
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DNA is just code, it does not build itself. The code is limited to the genus w/built in genetic switches for a wide variety within that closed genus. God said "let there be hippos" and, voila. That's what the book says. History and real science confirms the book. Earth is not bazzillions of years old. Fossils are a result of a global flood. Nothing has ever been observed evolving. The Mendellian Laws of Genetics prevent the changes you claim existed in the past " long long ago once upon a time".
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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
What something like 98% match in dna?

We look alike. We act alike. (We act alot more like them than they do us.)

I'm not saying it's fact or fiction but, there isn't anything that makes me skeptical. The thing that makes me skeptical is the reactions I see from people who don't believe.

"Get the fook outta here, I didn't come from no dang monkey!"
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The old idea that our genetic structure 'stems' from monkeys directly maybe false because Monkeys are here today to prove it. Could it be a "Spontaneous Evolutionary Setback"? Like the coelacanth, the plesiosaur, even Big-Foot? I think the phenomena we're detecting is called something like, "Morphogenetic Resonance".
[link to en.wikipedia.org] <--Morphogenic Field Wiki
[link to en.wikipedia.org] <--Dead Loch Ness Monster.
It's interesting that it's possible to retrieve prehistoric virus DNA from our own chromosomes. It's also been documented that when reviewing recordings of animal song in an ecosystem, that when a specific animal is taken away from the environment, the missing frequencies will be compensated for by other organismic spanning genus and species. Some of the same mathematical algorithms used to track mutations in DNA are also being used to map linguistic changes over time.
It's a strange thing the relationship between Harmonics and the Double Helix. Ions from the Sun have been known to cause Genetic Mutations by knocking individual amino-acid bonds right out of the rungs of the ladder. Ions spiral and twist with the same geometry as the fibonacci sequence and golden ratio.
When a single string of a guitar is plucked in a room with guitars hanging on the wall, each guitars complimentary strings will resonate at the same rate.
The Time/Space continuum seems to be the foundation from where we must leap from.
This ratio is also a key to understanding the idea of a Holographic reality. It doesn't attempt to explain human sentience but it does reach into a new paradigm when understanding the interdependence of every other thing 'outside' of our selves.
So in-turn, our idea of Evolution being only a tenacious trial and error development is much more interesting when we include a UNIfied field that influences everything as a whole.
In the neurology scene there are parts of the human brain described by the sequence that they have 'retrofitted' & grafted themselves together by. The Reptilian Brain, The Old Militiaman Brain, The Neo-Mammalian Brain, & the Prefrontal Cortex. I don't think anyone want's to read through some biology dictation but each Brain is responsible for aspects of our Identities & Cultures. The reptilian is responsible for deciding if the outside element is able to eat it, or be eaten, or pro-created with. The Prefrontal Cortex is responsible for planning complex cognitive behavior, personality expression, decision making and moderating social behavior.
I expect that we will soon discover a new "Prefrontal Cortex" and an Ego 2.0. Perhaps it will have something to do with the fact that there is a bit of grey-matter attaching our Heart to our Spinal Column. Maybe we will identify with our own Bio-Fields and sync up with the Ionosphere of the Earth, the E.M.F of our Sun, and the accretion disk of our Milkyways Black-hole. Are we just an Allegory of God? Or a map of everything that ever was?
Are we the utterance of God? An echo within the rumble of the grand dynamo. God is the 'Isness'.

"We used to think that if we knew one, we knew two, because one & one are two. We are finding that we must learn a great deal more about "&." ~Arthur Stanley Eddington

"We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time." ~T.S. Eliot, 1943

"The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth." ~Niels Bohr

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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
lazyskate If you would like to know more about this subject from a biblical point of view.

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11/09/2012 02:51 AM
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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
That is a great insult to monkeys.
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Re: Why is it so hard for some to believe we evolved from monkeys?
What something like 98% match in dna?

We look alike. We act alike. (We act alot more like them than they do us.)

I'm not saying it's fact or fiction but, there isn't anything that makes me skeptical. The thing that makes me skeptical is the reactions I see from people who don't believe.

"Get the fook outta here, I didn't come from no dang monkey!"
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Cuz we didn't evolve from Momkies?

Whereas we are all God' creatures,
it is lateral movement,
not a linear movement we experience.

We experience the life (life-lessons) we need to experience.
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