19 September, 2013

The earliest of limitations.

So if there is no proof for 'evolution'...

There is even less 'proof' for whatever other explanations are being offered.

The biggest problem with the justifications for discarding 'evolution' are that they are founded upon assertions that have their roots firmly planted in a mythology / belief system that originated when humans still had very limited abilities to evaluate their environment...

Among other things... At the time, these peoples did not even know there was a North or South America. Nor were they aware of earths movement... The list of what these peoples could not have known is endless...

At the very least, there is nothing compelling to give credence to one explanation or the other...

Though 'evolution' does have the advantage of relying upon newer information.

Even the slightest modicum of reasoning should be capable of valuing newer information over what was offered from a necessarily limited perspective.

It is unfair to judge or criticize those who created the earliest of explanations... They did the best they could with what they had at hand.

The process of 'the best they could with what they had at hand.' continues to this day.

Refusing to appreciate the continued efforts, by out-of-hand dismissing those efforts, is an insult to humanities ongoing abilities to observe, understand and learn.

Such dismissals actively damage humanities ability to observe, understand and learn.

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