And the Spirit & the bride say, come.... Reveaaltion 22:17

And the Spirit & the bride say, come.... Reveaaltion 22:17
And the Spirit & the bride say, come...Revelation 22:17 - May We One Day Bow Down In The DUST At HIS FEET ...... {click on blog TITLE at top to refresh page}---QUESTION: ...when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth? LUKE 18:8

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Creation Moment 6/25/2017 - Brains throw a Monkey Wrench into Evolution

"The discovery of modern-looking human skulls in Morocco dated 300,000 Darwin Years old should cast doubt on whether evolutionists have a coherent story for the public. says of discoverer Jean-Jacques Hublin, “His efforts revealed that Homo sapiens is 100,000 years older than previously assumed—ageing our species by a whole third and dislodging East Africa as the cradle of humankind.” That double falsification has far-reaching ramifications. For evolutionists, it pushes the origin of big-brained, sharp-minded people like us uncomfortably further back in their mythical timeline. It also means they have been wrong for decades! The TV documentaries,
textbooks and infographics are fake science. Experience shows, sadly, that the mistakes will likely not be corrected for many years, as with other icons of evolution (Haeckel’s embryos, the horse series, and the “march of man” lineup). Another ramification is that there must be something wrong with the dating of human fossils.

Further strain is put on the evolutionary story by Science Daily‘s post that “‘Humanlike’ ways of thinking evolved 1.8 million years ago.” If Homo erectus gets included into the truly-human category (as many creationists affirm), the problems stated above get exacerbated six-fold. It becomes incredible to imagine beings with “humanlike ways of thinking” living for 1.8 million years without inventing cities, technology and governments, especially if they walked upright and were fully capable of using tools and fire. Aren’t evolutionists embarrassed to say things like this?—
This is a significant result because it’s commonly thought our most modern forms of cognition only appeared very recently in terms of human evolutionary history,” said Shelby S. Putt, a postdoctoral researcher with The Stone Age Institute at Indiana University, who is first author on the study. “But these results suggest the transition from apelike to humanlike ways of thinking and behaving arose surprisingly early.
The anthropologists divine too much from stone tools, admittedly. But they know the implications: Strikingly, these parts of the brain are the same areas engaged in modern activities like playing the piano.” Who can possibly believe that beings capable of playing the piano never exercised their full human potential until the last half of 1% of their existence on this earth?

From Historical Clues
Even from the first days of farming, humans engaged in careful planning and diverse techniques to
grow crops. This is certified in a paper in PLoS One, “Farming legumes in the pre-pottery Neolithic” in—of all places—Israel. Notice the intelligence of these farmers indicated by this sentence, and pay attention to the last three words: “Comparison with coeval sites in the region show how the presence of peas, narbon vetches, inconspicuous peas, jerusalem vetchlings and bitter vetches together with faba bean and lentils is unique to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic, and might indicate specific patterns in farming or storing at the onset of agriculture.” Is it really credible to imagine Homo erectus, Neanderthals and the modern humans of Morocco never achieved this in 300,000 years or more, only to have their descendants suddenly acting like the farmers we know?" CEH
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him;
Genesis 1:27