I believe as I have always believed that animal life began everywhere there was water and conditions to support it. Brooks, streams, lakes, oceans, puddles.
It’s hard to believe that scientists would support the hypothesis that animal life, thus human life, began only on what is now called continental Africa and evolved from apes via random selection aka spontaneous eruptions. In the end, not wanting humans to have evolved from a swamp, but it’s okay to have apes evolve from a swamp turned out to be a major prejudice thus stumbling block to any meaningful discovery.
It’s a myth, not even a workable myth. It’s scientists guessing, not even an educated guess.
And that was the end of their pursuit of knowledge regarding the beginning of animal life on this planet. Unbelievable, isn’t it?
They couldn’t find an answer for the origin of Earthlings, yet somehow convinced congress to fork over billions of dollars, year after year, decade after decade, to explore the beginnings of life on other planets.
If you can’t find the source, then you can’t solve the problem. Quick fixes are the result that act as band-aids. Band-aids cover mistakes; they don’t expose them.
Arrogance causes those mistakes. How not to be arrogant? Stop defending data based on profit. There you go; see how easy that was?
Now do it right this time, and next time, and for all time. You can handle that – you’re human after all.
Get in touch with your own evolution in this time, this day, now. Stop focusing on a past that was wrongly depicted and interpreted.
Loosen your grip and let the light in to show you the way, by studying yourself. You don’t need a ruler or your family’s ancestral records. Use your mind to explore who you are and from whence you came. Open without reservations. You did it when you were a child, you can do it now, if indeed nothing escapes the universe once created; it just changes form.
Stop approaching the origins of life by discounting what you don’t believe in. You don’t need to know what it isn’t. Focus on what it is or could be. Your negative approach to solving problems always ends you in a dump of doubt that adversely colors all your views. I can hear you – it isn’t this, it isn’t that, it isn’t…on and on and on and on. STOP.
Be your own teacher.
If you begin and end with a no, then you’re not working hard enough.
Leave prejudice out of science. Okay?