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please give some answers to this . if humans come from apes or Neanderthal , why then we have all this difrent human species , like the africans , the indias americans, the chinese , the white europeans , as i see in our world  we have so many difrent race of human with unique abilities or body differents and shapes ,so how we come from all from apes or Neanderthal can someone answer my question this or tell your opinion please ...sorry about my english thank you all listen me...

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Critical thinking, like you display here, is a scarcity in the current realm, Greeky. So happy to see it 'in the wild'.

 

Without physical proof, I can only give you my developed opinion, although I've spent 67 years developing it.

 

Main stream science, those academics of higher education, possess a dogma that prevents them from thinking like yourself. 

 

There are a couple paths that would produce the reality of our species, as well as all others.

 

1.  A higher intelligence seeded Earth with the DNA of all living things. Many humans accept this path as 'gospel'. Ancient alien theorists consider the human species in particular was seeded by extraterrestrials. Religions consider all creatures were created by God. Either way would produce the present outcome.

 

2. The building blocks of life, along with bacteria, literally rain down on Earth every day, as well as on the universe as a whole. However, to state that the diversity of life we see on Earth came from a comet still doesn't answer how it got in the comet.  Regardless, the primordial soup of the Earth was a fertile ground for the development of life, given the nature of cells to reproduce. Therefore, I believe life did evolve here on Earth, all by itself. Over thousands of millennia, this developing life was constantly evolving, slowly splitting off into different branches of creatures. Over time, after splitting off, and splitting off, and splitting again, a vast array of creatures arose. The evolution continues to this day.

 

Somewhere along the line, there was a creature develop that produced primates, a species of which we are one. From that creature arose monkeys and apes. But completely separate from them, arose Neanderthals, Cro Magnon, and others. These different species developed side by side, not 'from' each other.

 

The diversity in the humans themselves happened in the same way, over a long, long, time. 

 

Now all I can state for a fact is, that's my opinion. And an opinion is all those academics have, too.

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My own idea of what happened between original creation and now is a bit less standard.  For anything, whether it be an animal, a person, an insect, a mountain, a tree, a spirit, an energy, a color or a sound; anything that exists can only exist if it is first manifested into existence by imaginative thought.  The primordial thought, began in an infinitely ancient time for which we, as dwellers in this dimension have no concept, but once it existed and grew from the bottom up, as electrons joined to form atoms and atoms joined to form molecules, there was always an intent which caused each joining and each new, larger and more specialized form.  The entire future was there, spread across the Universe in a vast sea of potential energy and forms, but not yet combined in the present forms we recognize.  That original imaginative thought had an innate desire to create, like fractals.  It is fairly easy to see this creative energy in the formation of crystals, such as snowflakes.  It is there, and is constantly changing and forming the world we know.  Each energy, each spirit, each living being, each has the original thought within it, and has that fractal essence to create this.  

 

Reincarnation is a big part of this, as the energy which is left from a dying object often creates itself anew in a form that it imagines would be better than the form it had before.  The amount of imagination varies, and certainly does not always improve in a straight line.  Some may not think of any of it as improvement at all, but the fractal creation continues and there are many, many "hereditary lines" for lack of a better term, that started in different places but ended having very similar branches or outcomes in our present so-called material existence.  Scientists are just now beginning to realize that all life can evolve through recombination; that the passing of traits and even DNA, itself, does not have to linear.  We have more to learn on this subject, as we rework our scientific dogma back towards the idea of alchemy that our modern science evolved from.  So, as our creative thought seeks to manifest new things, including bipedal creatures, we are not necessarily subject to the limits our present scientific dogma says we are.  In other words, we can, and most likely will, try all possible combinations of traits while trying to arrive at a better form.  This gives us an infinite range of possibilities, but our particular fractal branch has been working towards this idea of what we presently think of as "humankind", and we are still working on it.  

 

What this particular creation path, my theory of how it works, anyway, means for the development of the human species is that every one of the creatures that exists or ever did exist has been affected by not only it's ancestors, but by the total environment they existed in both before and during that life wherein they "became" the being that left the fossil, and they did pass on these acquired traits to their offspring, as well as those offspring having their own creative ability to be formed and to develop new and different traits, limited by their imagination.   So, yes, human like creatures could have developed in a process similar to what biologists call convergent evolution, but not necessarily limited by linear DNA.  Recombinant DNA from the environment also played a major role, as did the primordial creative and evolving imagination.

 

How's that for an answer? 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, cowpoke said:

How's that for an answer? 

Wow, @cowpoke! So eloquently said!

 

Some similar thoughts but not as eloquent: We create our own reality. I would actually say that vibration comes before thought. We send out vibrations (mostly unconsciously) all the time - happy, sad, angry, fearful, etc. 

 

Then our dominant vibrations become thoughts. Our dominant thoughts become words and actions.

 

Thanks for sharing!

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10 hours ago, SPace said:

Ancient alien theorists consider the human species in particular was seeded by extraterrestrials.

Thanks, @SPace. Very informative. I am definitely a proponent of the theory I quote above. I believe friendly star beings mixed their DNA with that of the early humanoid primates to jump-start our evolution.

 

I also believe there is a much higher consciousness than those star beings. Call it God, Goddess, Source, whatever you want.

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Chiming in one more opinion.... it's fairly well proven that our 'environment' affects our DNA and it's easy to see how people in the sun belts and desert areas developed darker skins for protection, while their counterparts in less sunny areas developed lighter skin. The people who live close to nature and are hunters/gatherers are usually stronger and healthier than cultures with less strenuous vocations. Diet also has effect, and people with better diets develop higher abilities. How children are raised makes a HUGE difference in how well they develop, intellectually, physically and emotionally. You can see how well a country or culture has raised its children by how close they are to collapse.

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