As we try to dig in the past, there are amazing things that are uncovered. For one, ancient humans are more modern than what evolutionists have predicted. In an article published by Live Science…
“Archaeologists discovered evidence of this coordinated living at a hominid site at Gesher Benot Ya‘aqov, Israel from about 800,000 years ago. Scientists aren’t sure exactly who lived there, but it predates the appearance of modern humans, so it was likely a human ancestor such as Homo erectus. Yet this advanced organizational skill was thought to be a marker of modern human intelligence. Before now, the only concrete proof for divided living spaces dated back to only 100,000 years ago.”
This story relates to our story here with Zoologist Richard Wrangham who now claims the mystery behind human evolution rests with the ability to cook food.
“Yes. I believe the point at which our bodies show adaptation to cooking is 1.9 million years ago. The evidence is in the changes that took place when we evolved from ancestors that were like chimpanzees but were already standing upright. Cooking led to increased energy intake.”
There is something wrong with this story. First of all, evolutionists have stated, humans were not smart enough to learn how to ride a horse, nor build a wheel or even build a town for that matter till about a few thousand or more years ago, but they say humans were smart enough to organize their homes and cook certain foods to give them more energy back supposedly 800,000 years ago! Does this make any sense?
Second of all, what is really happening is the fact that the evidence is not matching with the hypothesis. Millions of dollars are spend on such silly research which ends up to be a laughable story. Here is another one…
“Primatologist Jill Pruetz at Iowa State University in Ames was observing savanna chimpanzees in Senegal in 2006 as people were setting wildfires, an annual tradition that clears land and aids hunting. Most areas within the chimpanzees’ home range are burned to some degree.”
“It was the end of the dry season, so the fires burn so hot and burn up trees really fast, and they were so calm about it,” Pruetz said of the chimps. “They were a lot better than I was, that’s for sure.” For the most part, wild animals consider fire very distressing, but the chimpanzees showed no sign of stress or fear with the wildfires, other than calmly avoiding the fire as it approached them.”
The animal doesn’t run for it’s life away from the fire but avoids it and then they conclude the chimps are in the beginning process of being able to control it which would lead them to the next step on how to start a campfire. The chimps according to the evolutionary time frame had six million years to work on this skill without results. This is not insight on human evolution at all rather it’s just another fictional story.