Monday, February 25, 2013

Why Creationists are so Bully on "Kind"

Creationists really know how to take all the fun and creativity out of life.  Many of them will not admit that there are constellations in the sky, except for the Zodiac.  I guess astrology can live on, but astronomy cannot!  It does not take much thought to figure out why they want all of astronomy forgotten:  not only because it unlocks the answer to our origin and our age, but also the constellations have myths of earlier gods attached to them.  How devious of them to try to erase humans' history.

In a like manner, they want to erase taxonomy and phylogeny; any classification of animals and plants, including the human animal.  That is precisely the reason - they want to get rid of any evidence that humans are animals and are related to other animals.  Their idea is to teach that humans are a "kind," the human kind, and there is a dog kind (how inaccurate of the dog's origin), and a cat kind.  According to Ken Ham, they went on the ark and populated their species when they departed.  (We know that dog originated from the asiatic wolf, which came from earlier animals, but Ken Ham apparently cannot allow himself to learn anything but what facts he makes up.)

If our classification system is erased, we will not have our history and we will not be able to point to all the characteristics we share with other animals or do not share, such as opposable thumbs and mammary glands, forward facing eyes, etc.  When I find a site that explains all of our like characteristics in a manner that is easy to understand and is exactly what I desire, I will post it.  For now, I will post the Creationist's human history, and then two different scientific histories of humans.


Kind:  Human

(*How would anyone get graded in science class - everyone would receive an A!)

1. SCIENTIFIC HISTORY  (Linnaean Classification of Humans

Kingdom:   Animalia      
Phylum:   Chordata
 Subphylum:   Vertebrata
 Class:   Mammalia
 Subclass:   Theria
Infraclass:   Eutheria
Order:   Primates
 Suborder:  Anthropoidea
Superfamily:  Hominoidea
 Family:   Hominidae
Genus:   Homo
Species:  sapiens

2.  SCIENTIFIC HISTORY BROKEN DOWN FURTHER (From first organisms to present day homo sapiens.  All of this is wiped out with Ken Ham's version.)  I copied this list from Wiki!
(*The first two should have bullet points and be in the list - I can't seem to put the bullet points back)

Biota [all life on Earth, including precellular life]
Clade - Cytota [all cellular life; LUCA, Prokarya, Bacteria]
  • Clade - Neomura [like Archaea, also included, oldest neomura, common ancestor with them]
  • Domain - Eukarya [like Bikonta, also included, oldest eukaryotes, common ancestor with them; cellular nucleus; first eukaryotic multicellular organisms; plants]
  • Clade - Unikonta [only one flagellum; like Amoebozoa, also included, common ancestor with them]
  • Clade - Opisthokonta [like Fungi, also included, oldest opisthokonts, common ancestor with them]
  • Clade - Holozoa
  • Clade - Filozoa
  • Kingdom - Animalia/Metazoa
  • Subkingdom - Eumetazoa [remotest origin of animal motility]
  • Clade - Bilateria [having bilateral symmetry]
  • Clade - Coelomata [Animals with body cavities]
  • Superphylum - Deuterostomia [anus gets formed first, and mouth gets formed opposedly and after]
  • Order - Primates [arboreal prehensile locomotion; terrestrial bipedal leaping in some cases; Strepsirrhini, Prosimians, also included, oldest living primates, common ancestor with them]
  • Suborder - Haplorrhini [anthropoidea; like Tarsiiformes, also included, oldest living haplorrhini, common ancestor with them]
  • Infraorder - Simiiformes [earliest documented tool ethology; like Platyrrhini, American Monkeys, also included, oldest living simiiformes; monkeys and apes included here]
  • Parvorder - Catarrhini [land extended locomotion; like Cercopithecoidea, Old World Monkeys, also included, oldest living ones]
  • Superfamily - Hominoidea [tail loss, arboreal locomotion reduced to forelimbs (Brachiation); apes, lesser apes, hominoids; like Hylobatidae, Gibbons, also included, oldest living ones]
Species - Proconsul africanus
  • Family - Hominidae [great apes, hominids; fist-walking; family with Ponginae, Orangutans, also included, oldest living ones, common ancestor with them]
  • Subfamily - Homininae [or hominines; knuckle-walking; includes gorillas but not orangutans]
Species - Pierolapithecus catalaunicus
  • Tribe - Hominini [or hominins; includes chimpanzees but not gorillas]
Species - Sahelanthropus tchadensis, possible common ancestor with chimpanzees[citation needed]
Species - Orrorin tugenensis, may be an early species after split with chimpanzees[citation needed]
  • Subtribe - Hominina [or hominans; orthograde (upright) bipedalism; humans are the only surviving species]
Genus - Ardipithecus [Human lineage]
Genus - Kenyanthropus
Genus - Australopithecus [Human lineage; made tools found]
  • Genus - Homo [or humans; specific and specialized development of memory/learning/teaching/learning application (learning driven ethology)]
Species - Homo habilis [refined stone technology; earliest fire control]
Species - Homo ergaster [extensive language, complex articulate language]
Species - Homo erectus [fire control, cooking; aesthetic/artistic refinement of tools]
Species - Homo heidelbergensis [possible earliest sanitary burial of dead, accompanied with symbolic/formal supplement]
  • Species - Homo sapiens [further development and specialization of learning application; active environment transformation, acclimatization and control; infrastructures and advanced technology]
Subspecies - Homo sapiens idaltu


  1. How can all that scientific stuff, just appear by accident? Here is a simple example, chimpanzees have one more pair of chromosomes than humans, atheist scientists say that chimps lost a pair and became humans, but creationists and evolutionists both know that if an organism loses just one part of its genetic code, it will die.

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    2. The organism did not "lose" any DNA. A mutation caused two chromosomes to fuse, but still enabled the organism to function. All that "scientific stuff" as you like to call it, did not appear by chance. Natural selection is the opposite of a chance process.