Post by The Starmaker Post by The Starmaker Post by The Starmaker
....a giraffe with a short neck.
I never seen a fish with legs...
wat i mean is, ...if people come from fishes from the ocean...where are the fishes with legs inbetween the fish and people?
i mean there should be a fossil of a fish with legs...
To gather your point, you lack any study in anthropology, yes? Do
astronomy buffs have a historic expertise in this subject? I'm not
saying none do, but it is a strange forum to post such questions.
I can talk about this all day since Anthropology was a minor focus in my
college career and it's a hobby but I'm no expert. I majored in applied
mathematics and statistics.
There's this thing called the Information Superhighway. Here's a link or
If you take anthro courses in college, I would recommend doing so with
the lab course because you'll be able to study it intensely with molds
from original fossils so you can track the changes in human evolution
with your bare hands and paper. Also, professors are experts in their
respective fields so they can answer all the questions you have.
Education is your friend.
Another thing about taking these courses are that they build the
knowledge you need to understand these concepts. Anthro is a
multi-disciplinary subject that crosses chemistry, forensics, geology,
After a course or two you'd be able to discuss transitional species,
speciation, ecological niches, various dating techniques, milestones of
our development, etc.
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