Re: Evolution. Were we really envolve from monkeys?
"if we evolved from apes, why are there still apes?" ah, the simple things. though questions like this could in itself oppose and possibly defeat the poor theories we cling to, i'll say this:
human history itself is still yet to be fully known. the earth's as well. no one knows where water came from, or why the moon's there. i remember an article way back saying the moon really shouldn't be there, and has no place in the solar system. astronauts who've been to the moon say it smells like gunpowder. GUNPOWDER. i believe there has been technology in the past. advanced technology that has been wiped out. just look at ancient egypt, they were able to make a battery out of potatoes that's been discovered in the pyramids. we do have evidence of evolution, but there's definitely things that have been covered up. things that i believe would lead us away from believing in evolution. discoveries like when they dug up giant human skeletons don't make it into the history books, why? if we knew our real past, we'd be too enlightened to be controlled.
i highly suggest watching the history show "ancient aliens". there is very, verrrrryyyy strong evidence that suggests we've been visited in the past. look, our ancestors weren't stupid. they knew things we don't know, even if they had to live barbaric to survive. some of us believe this today, thanks to the mayans' "doomsday" prophecy. aside from that, our ancestors tried to warn us about what they experienced. how can you explain UFO's BEING DRAWN IN CAVES? we need to stop looking at our ancestors as dumb monkeys who didn't know better. i don't believe humans evolve. i believe we adapt.
who's to say our history is inaccurate? of course there's evidence supporting evolution, but we haven't considered if that same evidence could support something else. we need to think for ourselves instead of relying on history books that don't know everything. we've been conditioned to think we've evolved so that when a certain time comes, we'll feel obligated to "evolve" again.
science is no more than a PETTY EXCUSE for the amazing world we live in. i can tell you stories about miracles you wouldn't believe. people dying and coming back to life, cripples standing up from wheelchairs, etc. and there's probably a scientific explanation for a lot of that. but at a point, you have to put it in perspective and say it was damn near impossible. OUR EXISTENCE IS DAMN NEAR IMPOSSIBLE. it's a miracle we're even here. how did we survive through the ice age, dinosaurs & the "meteor" that wiped them out (that's probably a lie, no one knows how they disappeared), and other chaotic global events?
it's like the big bang theory, there's waaaaaay too much to conclude on. there's a certain man I refer to for questions like this, DAVID ICKE. youtube this man if you want some real answers on things like this.