Creation-Vision: The Ancestors of Innovation

Pradeep Rawat

Humans are said to have evolved from apes. Track research on specific species belonging to this species, at what time and in what parts of the world it occurred.

What is the human existence in the fossil record? What do you get out of it? Considering the origin and stability of the animal kingdom, we have seen that human existence has changed too late. The surviving fossil record of human origin and evolution is relatively weak and has only recently been discovered. The human-like comparison and morphological similarity to the monkey can easily evolve. The echo of that similarity has persisted for decades, even among scientists, in various forms. Kapikula branch is very diverse. In the early 18th and 19th centuries researchers were faced with the question of which of these branches split off and caused human growth and in what parts of the earth these turbulent events took place. Attempts to trace this genealogy have been made before Darwin. Carl Linnaeus was a brilliant scholar who classified the fauna and identified its branches. He came up with this monkey-male class idea. Darwin and his contemporaries were the pike of male transformation from monkey. But there is no ‘necessary’ and ‘necessary’ evidence to support their argument.

In 1925, Raymond Dart, a professor of physiology in South Africa, received a skeleton. His skull extended to the neck. The brain size is larger than the cap. According to Darwin’s The Descent of Man, “the closest relatives of the so-called ancestors of the human race were gorillas, chimpanzees and their first entry into Africa.” But it’s good. ‘Our ancestors lived in hair, four legs, ears angles, bushes from ancient times,’ says Darwin. Darwin knew what would happen if he made such an argument! He said in the same book, “This argument may seem counterintuitive to many, but those who do not like and digest this idea must be convinced of how human life has changed at the expense of the normal reproductive process.” But no fossils have been found to confirm this speculation. The fossil in the hands of Raymond Dart is the first step in realizing this. After that, many fossils and fossils were gradually discovered. Anthropologists have long been looking for chimpanzees or gorillas. With the availability of different fossils, different specimens of human species began to appear depending on the location. This raises the question of whether the ape is considered an ancestor, and what is the origin of the ‘adalemadhale’ creature that shows the origin of the traits created in the particular human? What are their features? What are their habitats? With this in mind, humans closer to modern man began to encounter caste-types.

Today humans are called Homo sapiens. The name literally means intelligent or prudent person. The Latin word homo / homin means human. In evolution, humans are classified as animals. Scientific explanations: Mammals: Mammals (order) Primate / Total: (Family) Homonidai / Subfamily (Tribe): Hominini / Species (species) / (Species): Modern humans or intelligent humans.

Today’s intelligent man evolved from the various changes that took place in the earlier races. But from which caste did it come before? How many years ago was it discovered? In what part of the world does it appear? Fossils of at least 19 human-like species have been found in the last century. E.g. The most important of these are Homo erectus, Homo antecera, Homo heidelbergenis, Homo neanderthalnis, Homo stainheiminesis, and Denis Owens. Which of these species is considered to have a close relationship with the ‘sage’ as an ancestor? Of course, such a decision has to be made based on a number of factors. Of course, the most favorite parts-

1. Age of fossils found (i.e. how many years ago it was found in the crust)

2. Similarities and differences in their physical posture 3. Their habitat, the geographical features of the area at that time and the location of plants and animals.

There are many valuable signs that identify a man. Let’s look at the recipe. The average height, the length of the bones in the limbs, the size of the brain and the skull that carries it, the vertebrae and the groove that connects the neural network through that skull to the skull? Right bottom or top and horizontally? Position of teeth and jaws, eyebrows and forehead fluctuations, eyebrows, ear position and shape. At the same time, impressions of vegetation or flesh on the teeth, cavity and cut area of ​​the pelvis, bone size and location, etc. The ancestral horoscope is weighed based on the features found on these ‘keys’ and fossils, their habitat, and ground level. To this day, the ancestral problem is not completely solved. Look at the pictures that show the course of the three possible transitions. This will give you an idea of ​​its ancestors.

In addition to less evidence, another factor contributed to the discovery. When Darwin proposed the idea of ​​evolution, the barrier became stronger and the idea of ​​evolution became more intrusive. That element is a bitter religious opposition to the idea of ​​evolution. Remains of Homo Neanderthal were discovered in 1871. Then, in 1891, the Dutch physician Eugene Dubois discovered the skull, femur and teeth of a “transplant copy-human” with a slightly smaller brain than modern humans in the Java Islands. But fearing religious persecution and opposition, he buried it all. At that time his name was Pythacanthropicus. He was later called Homo erectus. Fearing this, the study on such a large amount of deposit was postponed for three decades. Dart received the fossil skeleton in 1924. A lawsuit was large in the United States at the time. This is called a ‘peacock suit’. There was a law in Tennessee called the Butler Act. In which ‘educational institutions e.g. Schools, colleges, universities, and government-funded institutions in the state of Tennessee are strictly forbidden to teach the doctrine of God’s creation and the story of human creation, as described in the Bible. In 1925 a teacher named John Scopus was convicted of ‘teaching indecently’!

(The author is a former MP and founder of the Rawatz Nature Academy.)

2022-05-19 19:31:00

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