Homo Sapiens, Two Million Years discussed on Coast to Coast AM

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Just to describe this but that's really kind of a misnomer all that means is that you live long enough to have children or many chill right so some of the changes we now know those changes are changes in our genes and those changes by and large happened ran over all that fittest means is that you live long enough to have children or many children so some of the changes we now know those changes are changes in our genes and those changes by and large happened randomly there's two kinds of mechanism that change the genes of any species including our own one is just random mutation it's just things happen randomly genes change and most of those changes don't do anything some of them are not good changes in fact they make the individual less capable to survive in their environment but occasionally there's a change that's good they somehow makes you stronger or more capable of coping with the weather or with predators or what infections or with the diet source or whatever it is and it's those good changes that ultimately select out groups of species or individuals and species and they ultimately thrive better and become other species so that's really how evolution has occurred up until now john there is a theory there's a theory that the humankind was genetically altered by extraterrestrials that they came to this planet a long time ago whatever's species might have been here the genetically altered them and here we are possible what do you think i think that book i don't i don't believe a word of it i don't think there's any evidence for uh i think we have a whole any of evidence to show that we actually evolve we humans used to be part of the great apes or a member of the great and ultimately went through a lot of other pre human species and about two million years ago developed into the first humans that homo sapiens but the first human so i i think there's a lot of.

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