Who Taught Humans to Talk?

Posted: June 13, 2014 in Articles
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We just read an article saying that humans learned to talk by copying birds and monkeys. Well, since we don’t believe in evolution, we naturally don’t believe that humans learned to talk by copying animals. But obviously, some people do, and we think it’s ridiculous. There’s something wrong with the whole evolution theory, in our opinion. The evolution theory implies that all nature you see around you is there by chance. It’s saying that you are here by chance, and I have a hard time believing that.

Do you know a lot about any kind of science? If you do, then you’ll know that it’s all unbelievably complex and complicated. It is completely orderly, from the smallest cell to the biggest galaxy. I took general science this year, which covers basic science – like energy, rock formations, fossil records, the nervous system, and things like that. I just finished learning about the nervous system, and it’s really interesting. I’ll briefly explain human eyesight just so that you can get an idea of how complicated it is.

Your eye’s basic function is to collect light. When light hits the retina, complicated “chemical machinery” turns on and sends signals down millions of nerves. While they are traveling down the nerves, they are analyzed by the neurons on the way to the brain. Based on the information inside them, the neurons make them go to the right part of the cerebrum. When the signals reach the brain, all the signals are analyzed individually and added together in the brain to form an image which is clearer than any picture the best camera in the world could take. I should also mention that this happens in less than a thousandth of a second.

Now, how could something as complicated as this system happen by chance? Not even the best camera in the world could produce an image as good as the ones our eyes do, and even if they could, they can’t make images as fast as our brains do. It’s amazing – and completely impossible for it to have come about by chance. So obviously, we think the theory that humans learned to talk by copying birds and monkeys is just another ridiculous lie.

by John & Dink

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