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HomoSapiens body (a3)

ARGUMENT 3 : Modern Homo sapiens body have several hardly explainable oddities that distinguishes us from other our planet species

ARGUMENT 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: There are some very mysterious Homo sapiens body oddities or so to say side effects that do not fullfil logical argumentation looking for example from Darvin evolution theory or practical application of survival needs for any living creature on earth. On this page we cover those strange Homo sapiens body elements that do not help us to easily survive or multiply. We make conclusion in this direction that below described human body facts are some sort of DNA engineering outcome that came as a acceptance side effect.

  • 3.1 Modern human hair
  • 3.2 Delicate unexplained difference
  • 3.3 Number of chromosomes
  • 3.4 Human bones strength
  • 3.5 Human skin

3.1 Modern human hair is misunderstanding

  • Human hair grows with amazing speed. Do you have any animal that has such feature ? Nowadays it seems to us that it is simple to manage hairs and cut them with scissors when necessary. Consider few centuries ago - what are unnecessary body part that does not help you to survive at all. Long hairs will not help you to hunt, or to run fast, extra efforts are needed to carry and hold those long hairs or just get rid of them. The visibility field for our eyes decreases significantly to avoid attackers from the corner in a danger situation if hair are long and etc. There are just two real benefits A) to protect skull from the strong sun light - shorter hair would be much more than satisfactory B) for beauty industry - look more attractive to someone who just look at you.
  • This pre-incan mummy is preserved by the dry desert air with hair intact. Skulls and bones in Chauchilla, an ancient cemetery in the desert of Nazca, Peru. The remains of many ancient people, some still with very very long hair, can be seen.


  • Look at that! How does she manage to comb it? Dai Yue Qin, better known as Miss Dyq, is the Queen of long hair in China. Born in April 1964.She began to grow long hair at about 14.
  • Would you be able to live full scale life if have such a hair as they intended to be without mechanical impact with scissors ?

3.2 Delicate unexplained difference

  • For great apes, some standardization of the length of the penis is characteristic: in a gorilla it is 3 centimeters, in an orangutan - 4, in a chimpanzee it reaches 7-8 centimeters. There are some differences, but they are minor. And in humans, there are specimens of both a completely "chimpanzoid" length, and four times more. But the main thing is that in primates, even such a short penis in an erect state is supported by a special penis bone, which is absent in humans.
  • It would seem that everything should be exactly the opposite - a member of greater length (and therefore more weight) needs a penis bone much more. But for some unknown reason, this bone disappears, and its absence has to be compensated for by a very serious restructuring at the morphological level (that is, at the level of the structure of internal organs and tissues). But we are talking about an organ that is associated with such the most important task for a biological species, as a continuation of the genus. An extremely conservative area in terms of evolutionary change!

3.3 Number of chromosomes

  • Other such a remarkable fact has long been known: a human has only 46 chromosomes (23 pairs), and his closest modern “relatives” (gorillas, chimpanzees and orangutans) have a bit more - 48 (24 pairs). So we are missing tow chromosomes. And at the moment there is no absolutely unambiguous answer to the question, for what reasons and when this difference arose.

3.4 Human bone strength

  • An interesting fact is that human bones are weak compared to other animals. Where have you seen a dog or other animal walking on the ground and broke their bones from the height of its body. The impression is that our bones are somewhat better adapted to the gravity of a smaller planet. If, for example, the traction ( gravity) of the earth were less than 50%, human bones would not break if human fell from a human height. Body12Body13Body13a

3.5 Human skin

  • You’ve probably noticed your “goose” skin when it gets cold. One cannot think of suddenly activating this skin phenomenon at any time desired. The essential goal is to lift the body missing hairs all over your body to keep you warmer and have more air between your body hair when it is too cold. The hair that covers the whole body is gone long ago, but the muscles are still present all over the body & the cold triggers automatic lift when body get's cold. Who can deny that this is not a rudiment from some kind of DNA experiments? Why no longer needed muscles are present in our skin while body hair is not. If evolution is the answer - we should be missing unnecessary muscles together with body hair. Body14

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