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History of Mankind
Science & Creation

Who Are We

This is a question that we could only answer with assumptions. Our rational thinking allows us to understand basic science or at least we'd like to think that we understand basic science. Our logic thinking and the life experiences that we've had and that were taught by our ancestry and throughout our brief history let us try to understand what life is all about. So we assume how space was created, we assume how the earth was formed and biological science assumes how life was created and evolved. We assume it all because in our logic state of mind it seems right...

The Creation Of The Universe

If we start with it all, we start with the creation of the universe. We refer to it as the "big bang", wherein the temperature of the nothing was so high that the four fundamental forces (electromagnetism, gravitation, weak nuclear interaction, and strong nuclear interaction) were one fundamental force. Traditional big bang cosmology predicts a gravitational singularity before this time, but this theory relies on general relativity and is expected to break down due to quantum effects. Since we are unable to comprehend the size of the universe we are unable to comprehend its actual age, nor could it be possibly calculated with primitive numbers as we use them.

The Creation Of Earth

Earth was formed around 4.54 billion years ago by accretion from the solar nebula. Volcanic outgassing probably created the primordial atmosphere, but it contained almost no oxygen and would have been toxic to humans and most modern life. Much of the earth was molten because of extreme volcanism and frequent collisions with other bodies. One very large collision is thought to have been responsible for tilting the Earth at an angle and forming the Moon. Over time, the planet cooled and formed a solid crust, allowing liquid water to exist on the surface.  

First Life

The first cells that build life on earth date back as far as 3.6 billion years. It is assumed by science that about 600 million years ago those cells were so advanced that the first simple animals were born, followed by bilaterians (water life forms with front and back), followed by fish and proto-amphibians around 500 million years ago to land plants and insects which first came around 400 million years ago. Amphibians date back 360 million years, first reptiles and mammals to 200-300 million years ago, followed by birds, flowers and finally primates which are assumed to have come around 60 million years ago.

Those primates inhabited every continent, but most of them lived in tropical or subtropical regions of the Americas, Africa and Asia. Science assumes that the first great apes (hominidae) date back to about 20 million years and the first human predecessor set foot on earth about 2.5 million years ago, we call them "homo".

For the first hundreds of thousands of years the homo did not evolve. Natural instincts let them hunt, eat and live. They had no forms of communication other than making different noises. Those cavemen, later on also known as Neanderthals, had no rational thinking and were equal to any forms of life during that time.


The Big Wait

Over time the look of the homo ("first human") changed slightly, but they remained primitive and equal to anything else living on planet earth... until about 200,000 years ago. Over the course of just a few years the primitive homo developed a rational thinking and over the course of just about the next 100,000 years the first actual languages were developed.

The question remains... why did it take over 2 million years for the human predecessor to develop rational thinking and furthermore led up to the creation of the modern man?

Science and human biology is based on our primitive rational thinking, so there are hundreds and thousands of theories that always will try to fill gaps in our evolution with nonsense, just so we can give ourselves an explanation about our evolution and existence. But by closing our primitive minds and simply rely on our logic science and biology we might lock ourselves out of the true secret of our existence...

Every logic tells us that if you mix the color blue with the color yellow you will get green. But if you only keep mixing blue with blue, how could you ever achieve green? The same question applies here... you have the simple human "homo" that keeps recreating other simple humans with simple humans... how is it possible that suddenly this simple human becomes advanced?

The only feasible answer is that the simple human "homo" was eventually mixed with another form of life, terrestrial or extraterrestrial. A form that had all those additional abilities from rational thinking to creating languages and communicate.

If we were BLUE, and now we are GREEN... who was YELLOW... or who IS YELLOW...