The world was once just a giant blue ball of water. Then pangea formed & tiny lifeforms eventually evolved into land animals leading up to the humans we see today...so are we just an advanced combination of animals living on land?



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Wed, 04/06/2016 - 12:43pm
JahRoslav Says:

Well, we are very VERY distant descendants of those creatures, yes. But the number of generations it took for us to form from those Silurian floaty thingies is just unimaginable - it's billions and billions.

 
 
Wed, 04/06/2016 - 7:42pm
bakayurei Says:

when you simplify and strip away all of the adaptations we're essentially worms, we're segmented tubular worms with the inside of the tube forming the gut running along the bottom from the mouth to the anus with a pair of air sponges annexed to it for taking in air and a nervous system running along the top that's heavily concentrated in a dense network at one end with sense organs in close communication and protected with calcium deposits forming a jointed sheath along the spine and a helmet at the denser end and (which sheath in atavistic specimens extends beyond the anus as in all tailed vertebrates) as well as two pairs of lateral muscle-wrapped bony extensions of the spine, a hinged jaw, hands and feet, hairy skin, fingernails, genitalia, and the rest

 
 
Wed, 04/06/2016 - 9:29pm
JahFaz Says:

Yes we are all very distant relatives.

 
 
Wed, 04/06/2016 - 10:25pm

you simplify things more than you should. maybe it makes it easier for you to "understand", but you really aren't understanding the truth if you simplify it so much. try doing some research if you want to know stuff.