Evolution: No Good Answer to Why Humans Don’t Have Fur

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Mainstream science has a problem with one of its most esteemed theories – evolution. Don’t get me wrong. I believe evolution is a part of the equation of how life – even human life – came to be on this planet. However, it’s clear there are huge problems with it that could easily be explained by Intervention Theory. That theory is not even given a hearing in mainstream circles because it’s considered wild speculation.

You see science, and even more so the purveyors of scientism, love to see themselves as logical, rational beings who adhere “religiously” to the scientific method. The idea that extraterrestrial beings, that became the gods of our legends, intervened and genetically engineered us is crazy talk. It puts dozens of theories and paradigms about who we are, not to mention their intellectual credibility at risk.

Why? Because they KNOW evolution is the only valid explanation for life on earth and therefore won’t consider other possibilities. Because they KNOW that faster-than-light (FTL) travel is impossible. So, they stick with the idea that such an intervention is impossible.

They prefer to stick to hard science to explain the questions posed by the sudden rise of modern humans and our many obvious separations from other animals on this planet.

So, if we take a simple question like, “Why are humans the only primate, indeed the only land mammal, without fur?” You get answers that start sounding like this guy. Remember the Jon Lovitz SNL character Tommy Flanagan – yeah that’s the ticket.

Here’s a case in point from no less a respected scientific journal than Scientific American. In trying to answer this question from a Darwinian approach in this article, they put forward three potential theories. Every one of them is speculation built upon presumption built upon storytelling. There’s no hard science to suggest any of these theories answer the question as well as Intervention Theory does. You can almost hear the, “Yeah, that’s the ticket,” in explanations. They DON’T KNOW.

I’m not saying this reason to complete discount evolution. It is a scientific fact. It did contribute to the development of life on this planet. However, it cannot explain our sudden emergence and extreme separation from the other primates or even why they have fur and we don’t.

It’s time to stop scientism dogma and look at ALL possibilities. It’s time to consider the very real possibility that modern humans didn’t lose their fur because of fantasized scenarios that could apply to a hundred animals that didn’t lose their fur. We lost it – and suddenly – because the DNA of our primate ancestors was mixed with an advanced furless race. Is it really any less conceivable than the scientific explanations?

Keep seeking your truth.

Ray

Ray Davis is the author of Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation – order your signed copy today at AATrilogy.com – founder of The Affirmation Spot and an advocate for the potential of the human race. He’s life-long history buff and holds a B.S. in History Education. He’s always been fascinated by alternative views of history.

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About Ray Davis

Ray Davis is an author and co-founder of 6 Sense Media. His latest books are the Anunnaki Awakening trilogy - speculative fiction series focusing the issues of humanity's past and future. The series is heavily influenced by the science fiction genre. Book 1 - Revelation - is now available - http://www.AATrilogy.com. Ray has written prolifically on the topics of personal development and human potential. In 2007, Ray founded The Affirmation Spot - a website offering downloadable mp3 motivational tools and affirmations. http://www.theaffirmationspot.com. Ray began studying affirmations and positive thinking after a life-threatening illness at 25. His thirst for self-improvement led him to read the writings of Joseph Campbell, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsch, and many other luminaries in the fields of mythology and motivation. Over time, he has melded these ideas into his own philosophy on self-development. He has written and used affirmations and other tools throughout that time to improve his own life and has a passion for helping other reach for their goals and dreams. In 2010 he authored an eBook titled The Power to Be You: 417 Original Daily Thoughts for Personal Empowerment. Ray holds a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Secondary Education in Social Studies from University of Kansas. He lives in Louisburg, KS with his wife, April, two grown stepkids, and his black lab, Mia.
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One Response to Evolution: No Good Answer to Why Humans Don’t Have Fur

  1. I don’t think there were any human type creatures on Earth until it was colonized. This is from the book by Michael Desmarquet called ‘Abduction to the 9th Planet.’

    Human life began on Earth more than 1.3 million years ago when it was colonized by black and yellow races of people from the planet of Bakaratini, from the constellation Centaur. They sent vessels to Mars and Earth after they discovered their own planet was cooling down internally and would be uninhabitable within 500 years.

    One of the most advanced Earth races, both technologically and spiritually, existed around 14,500 years ago on the Continent of Mu. Larger than Australia, the continent was situated in the northern hemisphere, in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. It was attached to Europe, and linked to America and Africa by land bridges. All that is left today of this great land-mass is Easter Island.

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