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revoltnow
05-17-2010, 01:48 PM
As a speices we have been on a journey of self discovery and as our society evolved so did our ideals, our asperations and our perceptions of the world around us.however polar views developed - which were, in reality, different means to the same end and that is a "eutopian"society.Today as the human condition develops into a virus we have forgoten everything that made us human in the first place. we must unnite as one or be wiped out by the very real forces that stand to gain under the faschist dictatorship we find ourselves confronted with everyday.We have been lulled into some sense of apathy by lie after mind boggling lie.Is'nt the evidence all around us that the final solution is already in motion?

BlueAngel
05-17-2010, 07:40 PM
As a speices we have been on a journey of self discovery and as our society evolved so did our ideals, our asperations and our perceptions of the world around us.however polar views developed - which were, in reality, different means to the same end and that is a "eutopian"society.Today as the human condition develops into a virus we have forgoten everything that made us human in the first place. we must unnite as one or be wiped out by the very real forces that stand to gain under the faschist dictatorship we find ourselves confronted with everyday.We have been lulled into some sense of apathy by lie after mind boggling lie.Is'nt the evidence all around us that the final solution is already in motion?

We have not forgotten everything that made us human in the first place, because for most of us, we don't know what made us human in the first place.

So, it's not like we can forget what made us human CAUSE we DON'T know what made us human.

revoltnow
05-18-2010, 03:19 AM
The evidence for what made us human for what made us full stop is here.If you go by the theory of evelution and global time scales as we understand them not enough time has elasped for us to "evolve" from the early primate homonids that we have found evidence for in central africa to the Modern "humans" we believe we are.also there has not been enough time to have "evolved" into so many different races and creeds our very humanity has been tampered with by outside influences.

BlueAngel
05-18-2010, 04:48 PM
The evidence for what made us human for what made us full stop is here.If you go by the theory of evelution and global time scales as we understand them not enough time has elasped for us to "evolve" from the early primate homonids that we have found evidence for in central africa to the Modern "humans" we believe we are.also there has not been enough time to have "evolved" into so many different races and creeds our very humanity has been tampered with by outside influences.

There are many different theories as to how humans evolved.

Therefore, we don't know.

revoltnow
05-19-2010, 06:39 AM
The theories are many but the evidence for most of them is sparce or nonexistent.The evidence for outside manipulation of our genome or even creation of it by outside forces is scatered but in no small quantity i have been collating evidence for this "theory"for many years and have found what can only be descirbed as a consistent thread of fact that the powers that be would be happy for you to dismiss as "another crackpot theory".

superted
05-19-2010, 08:29 AM
You have more evidence that we evolved via intelligent ET life, than biologists the world over that say we evolved from single celled organisms?

revoltnow
05-19-2010, 09:53 AM
Im not saying that ultimatly we did not evolve,im saying that along the long and rocky road of existence the very core of our biological being D.N.A has been tampered with.The evidence is within every one of us - complex genetic codes dont just appear.There is very clear written and archeological evidence that shows the [gods]were beings from another world that came here in flying craft and stayed here for a indeterminate amount of [time].theres so much more to it than that but im crap at typing!

superted
05-19-2010, 10:08 AM
"The evidence is within every one of us - complex genetic codes dont just appear."

So....your saying that all your evidence for this theory is that fact that DNA is complex....hmmmm. Life has been around roughly for 3.8 billion years, it's a long time to evolve if you ask me. Also you mentioned earlier that we couldn't have evolved into our current state from apes in the given time frame....why do you believe this? Our 'complex' genetic code is 40% the same as a banana....lol. Some how I don't think it took much mutation to turn monkey to man. Ever watched primates such as Orang-utans? They are so like us it's unreal!

revoltnow
05-19-2010, 10:32 AM
Ok i understand what your saying but theres a a few things...The oldest evidence for life on this planet is 2.3 to 2.5 billion years ago."3.8"bln years ago this planet had only been in existence for about 3oo million years most of the surface was erupting volcanoes that could not yet support life.Secondly percentage matches of D.N.A with other speices have shown that there is upto a 4% difference between the different races even though were told "we evolved into modern humans in africa and then went forth and multiplied"the percentage between chimps from anywhere in the world is 2% why are we so far apart and after only 2 million years.Thirdly if it only took us such a short time to evolve then why has no evidence been found for previous intelligent life forms that would have evolved before us?And no our genetic code is not the only evidence the main evidence exists within writen texts and carvings from the oldest civilization's on earth and within the double helix of indigenous populations.

superted
05-19-2010, 12:17 PM
"And no our genetic code is not the only evidence the main evidence exists within writen texts and carvings from the oldest civilization's on earth and within the double helix of indigenous populations."

Are you suggesting that the double helix is not genetic code?

"Thirdly if it only took us such a short time to evolve then why has no evidence been found for previous intelligent life forms that would have evolved before us?"

Why does there have to be an intelligent species before us? We're the first, and probably the last on this planet.

"there is upto a 4% difference between the different races"

Where did this figure come from? I thought it was 0.5% difference.

revoltnow
05-19-2010, 01:20 PM
No, im not suggesting that the double helix is not genetic code - im confirming that it is and in its purest form in the indigenous populations of this planet, because thats how it was left. thats why this evidence is mostly found within the most ancient of cultures.As for the first and last intelligent speices on this planet that would go against evolution and natural selection as we understand it, wouldn't it?
I was wrong about the figure of 4%. it was in fact up to a 7% variation in different race D.N.A
I have a chart that shows the the races outside africa were developed completly independantly. this does not happen natrualy. (I had trouble attaching it but am happy to email if you would like to see)

superted
05-19-2010, 02:26 PM
Can you pm it? I don't think your allowed to post email addresses....perhaps blue could shed some light on that?

"As for the first and last intelligent speices on this planet that would go against evolution and natural selection as we understand it, wouldn't it?"

To assume the epitome of natural selection is being intelligent would be wrong. Today's bacteria are far more adept at surviving in any and all environments and they are not what you would call intelligent. Yes it's possible that there could be another intelligent species on this planet, I just think it highly unlikely. All organisms on this planet, bar us, get by fine without intelligence and if there's no need for it, it will not evolve that way.

You talk of our complex DNA and how it must have been altered by a higher power (aliens or whatever) yet our DNA is just as complex as other vertebrates. We just so happen to have higher brain functions, random mutations in our ancestors DNA lead to the human dominated world we live in today.

BlueAngel
05-19-2010, 09:01 PM
Can you pm it? I don't think your allowed to post email addresses....perhaps blue could shed some light on that?

"As for the first and last intelligent speices on this planet that would go against evolution and natural selection as we understand it, wouldn't it?"

To assume the epitome of natural selection is being intelligent would be wrong. Today's bacteria are far more adept at surviving in any and all environments and they are not what you would call intelligent. Yes it's possible that there could be another intelligent species on this planet, I just think it highly unlikely. All organisms on this planet, bar us, get by fine without intelligence and if there's no need for it, it will not evolve that way.

You talk of our complex DNA and how it must have been altered by a higher power (aliens or whatever) yet our DNA is just as complex as other vertebrates. We just so happen to have higher brain functions, random mutations in our ancestors DNA lead to the human dominated world we live in today.

You can give him your email address in a PM or advertise it here for all of us to see.

Not a good idea, but it's not against the rules.

It's your decision.

Otherwise, sending you the chart via a PM would be the most appropriate method of transference.