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Toward The End - The Evolution Footsteps Of Human Beings

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#18 sgylfg

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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:53 AM

      The activities or all kinds of behavior of higher animals are all controlled by the brain. Under natural conditions, animal behavior is not allowed to deviate, because it is impossible to get outside help for their survival but to rely on themselves. In case that a wild animal fails to understand what it shall understand, or is unable to do what it shall do, or the outside information deforms after getting into the brain, or behavior and action do not match with the circumstances, then there would be no reason for it to survive. For example, if it mistakenly thinks its own kind is threating, challenging, or attacking itself, hears some sound that does not exist, sees some bizarre fantasy images, smells the strange smell that does not exist, and becomes somehow dread, nervous, excessively excited, or indifferent, or think they have extraordinary magic skills, or feel controlled by some kind of invisible power ... ... and so on, if these symptoms happen to the wild animal living in nature, it will be by no means saved. Contrary to that, normal people in the human society live hard while mental patients have been greatly tolerated and preferentially treated. As long as the dementia or silly can eat, they live a more carefree life than anyone else. The normal people will be headed if commit some crimes, the mad and the crazy can do whatever they want and enjoy immunity. Therefore, morbid thinking beyond control has survival space in the human society, and naturally the morbidity rises. madness and dementia have become the common phenomenon in the human population, which is unique among the creatures on earth. It should be noted that madness and dementia only account for a small part of mental illness, while more mental diseases do not manifest so obvious and strong symptoms, therefore the total of them cannot be ignored.



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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:54 AM

      Some animals do not make nest and their cubs were born on the ground such as antelope, zebra, hare, etc. The cubs can walk in a few minutes after birth, and can bounce and run in one or two hours. This is seemingly a common phenomenon but it is guaranteed by the perfect physical function of the body where the nervous system and muscle of the fetal must be completely mature before birth. Those animals that make nest, such as rats, rabbits, wolves, birds, etc., these physiology qualities are relatively poor due to the protection of the nest. The pups will hide in the nest for some time, and it will not be long for them to run or fly, in about fortnights or one to two months. Apes are arboreal animals without any lair, although the cubs cannot climb trees at birth, they will firmly grasp their mothers and are able to bounce freely in a few days, presumably the ancestors of human ancestors must also be similar. this physiological function has been completely lost. Now the baby at birth can only randomly move their hands and feet without any ability to turn over. It takes about one year for them to stand and walk, which is unique in the biological world in terms of the degree of slow development. If things keep going in this way, the baby's parenting will become increasingly cumbersome, complex, difficult, and a more expensive and very difficult task.



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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:54 AM

      The viscera of human beings including heart, lung, intestine, stomach, liver, kidney, etc. are all developing along this revolution route—new lesions constantly occur and the incidence rate steadily rise. It is easily seen that all the so-called diseases are all related to the innate factors, and not just the part that was named as "genetic disease". So, all kinds of diseases caused by the bacteria and viruses seem to have nothing to do with the innate factors, right? No! As bacteria and viruses are omnipresent, all the creatures including the ancestors of human ancestors are surrounded by them at any place and any time, and the creatures must have sufficient immunity to coexist with bacteria and viruses and survive. Having a superb medical technology, disease resistance is no longer important to survival, and anti-infection ability of human beings also significantly decline especially with the invention of antibiotics and other new drugs in modern times. In recent years, biologists have found the reason that people are susceptible to influenza is because of one gene defect which leads to the loss of immunity to influenza. Now normal people will have diarrhea occasionally, and they will recover after taking medicines. Even if there is no medication, it can be self-healing in a few days. There are a few patients who cannot do without furazolidone every day for decades, and will have diarrhea if they skip medicine for once. This example is sufficient to show that the pathogenic microorganism is only an external cause while the body itself is internal cause. Now when the cattle, pigs and other livestock have undergone a surgical operation, they do not need intravenous antibiotics, rather only the wound dressing. Anthropoid must also be the same. If the same method is applied to modern people, then I am afraid it would be a miracle to "escape from death". It can be seen that the pathogenicity of microbes is not unilaterally determined by microorganisms. When the body degenerates to a certain extent, the microorganisms that originally are not pathogenic will become pathogenic. All new drugs developed need to do experiments on animals, and this is the reason why many new drugs that work well on other animals have disappointing effect on human beings.


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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:54 AM

      All aspects of the physical qualities such as reproductive capacity, the development of newborns, and the resistance to bacteria and viruses, etc. are in recession, as the humans do not need these qualities to survive. When a disease occurs to a small number of individuals, it is a disease. With the improvement of the technology and the maturity and popularity disease curing method, the disease spreads among the population, and then it would become a common trait of the population and no longer is a disease. But a new demand would arise in life - "improved living standards". And then on this basis, further new lesions would emerge, which would be followed by the further development of medicine and technology and further "improvement" of living standards. In anthropoid era, there were no coats, stoves, houses, and bedding, which were not needed. At that time, if one could not survive without these heating and cold-resistance equipment, then it was a congenital "cold-fear disease". When the whole population is inseparable from these, it is no longer disease and has become one of the distinctions between people and other animals. In the case that several individual fishes have eye defects among ordinary fishes, it is no doubt a disease. But for the blind fish, this kind of eye is normal, and it has become a special mark of the species. In the process of evolution of ordinary fish to the blind fish, there may be several individual fishes with visual acuity. It is caused by mutation, and in this situation it is an “atavism” phenomenon. In terms of cold-resistance, there was a cold-resistant “atavism” phenomenon that one person refused to wear clothes from childhood and was naked for whole year. He was never afraid of cold, and in addition his body grew long hair. This person was just in China, on whom the repeated news was reported. As the "improvement of living standards" will certainly not stop, in the future there will be more and more diseases to be removed from the medical concepts, since they have become a common trait of the human population. I would also like to give an example: with the implementation of iodine supplementation among the whole people, the incidence rate of "iodine deficiency disease" has steadily improved. Until the day when it reaches one hundred percent, the disease will no longer exists as iodine supplementation is indispensable like three meals a day. In the future, the precise control of diet, injection of insulin, blood extracorporal dialysis, the installation of artificial mechanical heart, lung, electronic eyes, electronic ears, implanted artificial bones, living in constant temperature and sterile enclosed chamber ... ... and so on, with “the improvement of living standards " , they will become characteristics of human beings distinct from other creatures one by one. In the end, the concept of "disease" will completely disappear. By that time, the whole town that people are living will be a large hospital while all the houses will be the wards. They are of course not called as the hospital or ward as all the vocabulary related to "medicine", "disease" will not exist.


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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:54 AM

      However, things would not end there. The body’s organic organs will continue to degenerate or collapse, while more and more machinery and electronic organs are required. Ultimately the original physical organization would be replaced by mechanical and electrical equipment, and humans would complete the ultimate evolutionary process—evolved into a robot. This seems to be absurd and bizarre, but it is of scientific reasoning. The principle of biological evolution tells us that the root reason of biological evolution lies in genetic changes, and it is impossible to use artificial methods to prevent genetic variation. If the damaged gene is not eliminated, it will accumulate more the more. When the damaged gene has accumulated to a certain extent, the remaining parts do not suffice to constitute a viable organism. Like an article, if there is a small amount of typos, it still can be modified, but when there are so many wrong words that make up no sentence or statement and the original meaning by no means to be understood. The rest of those "right" words become meaningless, and it is impossible to be modified, but to take the only road of using machines to assemble human beings.



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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:55 AM

      "(Other) animals can only passively adapt to the natural environment, while human beings can create a higher standard of living!" This is a capital that humans are most proud of. However, it is seldom known that although mankind has created superior material conditions so that they do not have to passively adapt to the harsh natural environment, rather they have to passively adapt to the superior artificial environment that is created by them. Adapting to the natural environment can create a strong vitality, while the results of adapting to the superior environment are the recession of vitality and stepping to the abyss of destruction. The reason why the wild species in natural state do not decline is that they are constantly subject to the strict screening and eliminating. Their excellent quality is at a cost of high mortality, and the ancestors of human ancestors are no exception. And now, this has become the essential difference in natural quality between the human beings and other wild species. The reduction in infant mortality is a prominent achievement in modern medicine, which is seen as a health sign of the population. Actually, it is a sign of the degradation rate of population, where the lowest infant mortality represents the highest degradation rate. In recent years, the medical burden to the society is growing, which is an initial sign of this medical achievement.



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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:55 AM

      Modern people can no longer return to the original path of the wild animals and not to mention that people simply do not want to admit this reality. Things are objective while knowledge is subjective. People always do not want to accept or take the attitude of rejecting or resisting for the things they do not like, while look forward to hope those they like. Even if the things they like do not exist, they would rather believe they do, which is an important reason why so far the human beings have been unable to see the direction they are going to. Hundreds of thousands of years ago, the invention and creation of our ancestors have brought us from the apes’ times to today. In the future, where will the science and technology take us to? Whether we have courage to face this problem or not, as it is the most realistic and most pressing issue that is placed in front of the humans.


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Posted 16 April 2017 - 11:55 AM

      If this problem is recognized, the next question we face will be "How to do?”. This is no small problem, and it is by no means to give up all the existing things to completely return to the state of wild animals millions of years ago. This is not only because we cannot do so, but also because the evolution of the road is irreversible. Therefore, returning the original road is simply impossible. What we need to consider is how to find a "sustainable development" road that not only keeps good things existing in the civilization, but also to avoid leasing ourselves to destructions.



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Posted 16 April 2017 - 02:35 PM

This is too pessimistic for me. Maybe mankind has the potential to become like the ‘Engineers’, (only hopefully not as mean), depicted in the film ‘Prometheus’. Using genetic engineering they appeared strong and able, not degenerate at all. Even better, perhaps nature has the answer and we will evolve differently than featured in your post due to factors not yet understood. The environment is in need of world action so let’s hope clean energy is discovered soon. 



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Posted 09 September 2017 - 01:44 PM

The day is not too distant when human beings end! This is absolutely no sensation. The end of mankind is neither because of the nuclear war, nor the environmental catastrophe, nor the asteroid’s hitting the earth, but rather because of the evolution direction of human beings – toward destruction.

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Roger Waters released 72 minutes of music on this subject in 1992 called Amused To Death.
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We watched the tragedy unfold
We did as we were told
We bought and sold
It was the greatest show on earth
But then it was over
We oohed and aahed
We drove our racing cars
We ate our last few jars of caviar
And somewhere out there in the stars
A keen-eyed look-
Spied a flickering light
Our last hurrah
And when they found our shadows
Groups 'round the TV sets
They ran down every lead
They repeated every test
They checked out all the data in their lists
And then the alien anthropologists
Admitted they were still perplexed
But on eliminating every other reason
For our sad demise
They logged the only explanation left
This species has amused itself to death

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I think he may be proved correct.

...with a little corroboration.

World War IX, Victims Family

Edited by scherado, 13 September 2017 - 01:13 AM.




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