Eyes That See

“I Once Was Blind”

Ocean Vault Lava Monkeys

I learned this stuff in junior high, high school, and college science classes, and would love to enlighten you by passing it along.  This stuff is all obvious and pretty self-explanatory, so I shouldn’t have to go into much detail.

There was a guy who did an experiment in an incubator-type thing in a laboratory somewhere, and created a strand of DNA.  There was a certain combination of elements that, when extreme heat was added, would form DNA.  This combination of elements can be found in ocean water.  Therefore, if ocean water had an extreme heat source, then DNA- the building block of life- could have come about naturally.  Two possible heat sources are 1) the vaults in the ocean floor, where lava oozes out into the ocean, and 2) lightning.  Given enough millions of years, the right combination of elements could have either gathered near a lava-oozing ocean floor vault or puddled together on a beach and been struck by lightning.

Now, we obviously evolved from monkeys.  Only religious fuddy-dudds question that fact, and you don’t want to be one of those.  Everybody with a brain sees how obvious this is.  They have nipples, we have nipples.  They have opposable thumbs, we have opposable thumbs.  We evolved from them.  Simple as that.

So, the only question that remains is whether you are an Ocean Vault Lava Monkey or an Ocean Water Puddle On a Beach Lightning Struck Monkey.

Actually, there’s a bit more to it than this.  We still have the matter of which one of Darwin’s finches evolved into the monkey which eventually became your ancestor.  But still, anybody with a brain can see that the heated ocean water became finches which became monkeys which became humans.  Obviously.

My Family Tree.  Obviously.

My Family Tree. Obviously.

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August 5, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

1 Comment »

  1. I surely do love that bottom monkey!!!!
    Mom

    Comment by Gramzee | August 7, 2009 | Reply


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