Re: cannibalism by cro-magnon eliminated neanderth
Posted By: Eja In Response To: Re: cannibalism by cro-magnon eliminated neanderth (seshatasefekht)
Date: Saturday, 30 April 2005, at 9:14 p.m.
In Response To: Re: cannibalism by cro-magnon eliminated neanderth (seshatasefekht)
I know the meaning that word 'species' was constructed to carry but I use it to carry something else.
I do not dispute your knowledge and I hope you take no offence at these questions but have you personally examined the evidence of these scientists? Have you held in your hands the bones from which they drew thier conclusions? If not, then how is what you say different from any other faith-based theory? And, as belief is a matter of personal choice (as opposed to knowledge),what does it benefit you to believe this?
I will tell you straight up that personally, I will not accept conjecture as fact. If I have to believe then I choose to believe what serves my long term goal. If in time I come to know the truth and the truth opposes what I believed, then I drop that belief. I think this is a common human trait and that you could only classify a person as willfully ignorant, arrogant or superstitious if they see the truth but still hold on to a contrary belief.
'have you proven that humankind have an origin outside of africa(which has been proven)? or the earth(which has not been proven)?'
I do not fully understand the question but I will try to answer. You will probably recognise some of my sources. I know that there is a Supreme Being, I know that there are others existing that our senses cannot percieve, I know that man was created and I know that mankind was created.
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