Are we chimps or ‘the Adam and Eve story-genesis’?

26 Jun

An artist's painting of "Adam and eve"

Did you know that Albert Einstein used 10% of his brain. So what happened to other 90%. And what does that say about us. And if Albert Einstein was using 10% of his brain, does that mean some of us (not me) are using 3% or less of our brain. Funny fact of the day.

So let’s say 20% goes towards the body’s maintenance, then 70% is left? Again I ask where does the rest go to? I tend to believe we can achieve anything but the question is? Is it possible that we can’t access the rest of our brain because we haven’t fully evolved and aren’t capable of accessing this 70%?

The Evolution Of Man - According to scientists

My question of the day is: Are humans really descended from apes, or just some humans, like the moron who works in the office next to mine?

Please feel free to answer and comment on the poll below. Don’t you at least want to know where we came from? Maybe aliens think they’re human and we are aliens.

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One Response to “Are we chimps or ‘the Adam and Eve story-genesis’?”

  1. Isobel September 11, 2011 at 9:12 pm #

    I hate to break it to you but the ‘idea’ that we ‘only use 10% of our brains’ is complete myth. This article will some it up for you: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=people-only-use-10-percent-of-brain.
    An excerpt from it (in case you don’t have time to read) reads as follows: “Though an alluring idea, the “10 percent myth” is so wrong it is almost laughable, says neurologist Barry Gordon at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore….It turns out though, that we use virtually every part of the brain, and that [most of] the brain is active almost all the time.” Furthermore, if you understood the concept of evolution correctly, you would realise that life (hominids, animals, insects and so forth) on earth is continually evolving, however, evolution does not happen in the blink of an eye, it takes hundreds of thousands, if not millions of years for changes to take place. Thus in terms of human memory we have no recollection of it, but it did and does take place. How do we know evidence.

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