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  1. “Anyone defending the viewpoint that it was human thinking in and of itself that generated our bigger brains around 2-3mya is resisting the fact that total iodine-deficiency in a fully thinking pregnant mothers diet still can/will bring about in the worst case scenario a fetal neurodevelopmental condition known as cretinism (to mention the extreme) so iodine (and DHA) in seafood is very much a pivotal subject when it comes to braindevelopment, as Stephen Cunnane aswell as many others has written a great deal about.” ~ Michael (WTM Forum - Aquatic Ape) https://www.humancondition.com/forums/topic/loveindoctrination-and-the-aquatic-ape-theory/ Here are some supporting arguments: ~Missing coat of fur (like other aquatic mammals) for coping with terrestrial wind & sun, which originally required stealing another animals hide to wear over our own to protect us from cold and sun burn. This weakness to the terrestrial elements had also led to us relying on fire as barbarians + needing dry shaded shelters still up until the present day for most (some relying on electricity instead now). ~No full estrous cycle with visible swelling (vagina swells and blushes when fertile) for adult females, only menstrual cycle instead (apes have it though, but not humans or aquatic mammals even though all terrestrial mammals do have it). ~Newborn babies can't walk but can swim and are born fat (in order to float in water and swim immediately after birth) unlike terrestrial mammals which are born thin and are able to walk or climb immediately (aquatic trait to only swim at birth). ~If a human doesn't learn to walk or speak by the age of seven, they become incapable of learning how to, but anyone can learn how to swim at any age, even after seven (suggesting natural instincts to swim but relatively new habits of walking and speaking). ~Human premature babies are born with vernix (cheesy like substance on their skin) that helps them float so that they can swim (only human & harbor seal babies have this). ~Humans have a brain 3.5x the size of a chimpanzee’s, although only 1.25x as many cortical neurons. ~Skull features are opposite from those of apes, humans having a protruding cranium, nose & chin but receding eyes and no protruding brow (as compared to apes which possess protruding brow and eyes but receding nose and chin and non-protruding cranium). ~Different throat configuration than apes which enables speech but can mix breathing with swallowing (suggests aquatic ancestry). ~Omega 3:6 ratio needed for a healthy diet matches omega ratio of seafood (although some healthy vegetable oils are a close match but definitely not meat or dairy) and also we need iodine + salt that we often don't get (suggestive of aquatic ancestry from the sea). ~Webbed fingers & toes + flipper feet, ankles, wrists & palms (aquatic mammal trait). ~Hair & nails are weak and must be trimmed unlike terrestrial animals (our nails & teeth are strong enough to process most raw fish but not terrestrial animals). ~Teeth are also weak and often malformed (ie wisdom teeth). ~10x the adipose tissue (otherwise known as blubber or subcutaneous fat) than terrestrial mammals who primarily have only extra-muscular fat (helps to insulate heat in cold water but does not prevent a chill from a breeze). ~Sweat glands cause emission of putrid scent without bathing (unlike terrestrial animals - especially carnivores who primarily pant to dispel heat), which may indicate a reliance on swimming for hygiene. ~Swiveling jaw & long intestinal tract (suggesting herbivorous origins) but nutrients for proper brain development may have been aided by our natural ability to eat fish without a cutting tool or fire. ~Weak olfactory sense or smell (aquatic mammal trait). ~Protruding nose keeps water out when swimming. ~Pronounced cranium boasts greater capacity (or adaptation to greater need) for problem solving (ie changing habitats and programming new instincts through ongoing transition to terrestrial habitat). ~Receding eyes have diminished night vision (thus nocturnal or subterranean ancestry is unlikely). ~Skin (when pale and not yet conditioned to have protective pigment) and eyes are weak to direct sunlight. ~Circulatory system is weak to terrestrial gravity and heart failure due to this maladapted condition is the most common cause of death for humans (especially outside of tropical climates) besides pestilence (ie mosquitos in tropical climates kill more humans than anything else worldwide). ~4,000+ Genetic disorders (uncommon amongst all other mammals which have dramatically fewer), indicating inbreeding through maladjusted propagation of our species through our ancestral trauma. ~46 chromosomes (apes have 48). Terrestrial Ape Features: ~Apes are well balanced with their natural environment (unlike humans or beavers who often cause massive devastation to neighboring habitats). ~Apes walk bipedally in water. ~Apes can't control their breath. ~Apes have greater muscle & bone density. ~Apes have better night vision & smell (olfactory sense). ~Apes have a coat of fur to keep the moisture & warmth in their skin through the cold and wind and also protects them from the sun. ~Apes have a receding chin & nose but protruding large eyes & brow. ~Apes have a diminished cranium (suggestive of a lack of a need to analyze their environment and own behaviors since they have adept instincts and thriving physical prowess). ~Apes have a similar gestation period (266 days for orangutans, 260 for gorillas & 230 for chimpanzees + bonobos) but they are born fully capable to climb immediately and often cling on to the mother’s coat of fur for dear life. Lloyd Pye, Mark Passio & Michael Tsarion (12 Ways Humans Are Not Primates) Elena Morgan, Alister Hardey & Desmond Morris (The Descent of Woman The Descent of the Child, Naked Ape & Aquatic Ape)
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