Humans Evolved From Dolphins, Not Primates
Collected By Raymond Towers
I’m not entirely knowledgeable in all of these specific statements, so I’m not saying they are all true. To the best of my knowledge, however, most of these are accurate. The idea here is that human beings physically have more in common with dolphins than in the accepted scientism theory of evolution, where our ancestors were shit-flinging primates. What I’ve done here is to put two charts from separate sources together for comparison.
I’ll even toss in another one into the dolphin section: the two animals that have the closest thing to a woman’s vagina are the dolphin and the sheep. Don’t ask what led me to look that up.
12 Ways Humans Are Not Primates
By Lloyd Pie
- Bones – much thinner and lighter
- Muscles – 5 to 10 times weaker
- Skin – not well adapted to direct sunlight
- Adipose Tissue – 10 times as much (fatty tissue under the skin, around organs)
- Body Hair – missing, (growth) pattern reversed
- Head Hair And Nails – must be trimmed
- Skulls And Brains – not in the same ballpark
- Locomotion – most obvious difference (walking, standing)
- Speech – throats completely redesigned (primates cannot breath underwater)
- Sex – no sign of typical oestrus cycles
- Genetic Disorders – over 4,000!!!
- 12. Chromosomes – reduced from 48 to 46
17 Ways Humans Are Like Aquatic Mammals (Dolphins)
By You Oughta Learn
- Habitual Bipedalism – No
- Loss Of Body Hair – Yes *
- Skin-Bonded Fat Deposits – Yes
- Ventro-Ventral Copulation (face to face sex) – Yes *
- Dimunition Of Apocrine Glands – Yes
- Hymen – Yes
- Enlarged Sebaceous Glands – Yes
- Psychic Tears (emotional) – Yes
- Loss Of Vibriasse – Yes
- Volitional Breath Control (breathing underwater) – Yes
- Eccrine Thermoregulation – Yes
- Descended Larynx – Yes
- Larger Muscles On Lower Body – Yes
- Diminished Sense Of Smell – Yes
- Larger Brains From Omega-3 Diets – Yes
- Oil Glands On Face And Body – Yes
- Eye Size Relative To Body – Yes *
* Trait number 2 is the only shared with animals such as elephants.
* Trait number 4 (face to face copulation) is the only one shared with apes.
* Trait number 17 is from another source. Ryosuki Motani, Ph.D. at UC Davis, maintains that dolphins and humans have the smallest eyes in nature, when compared to the size of their bodies.