Mankind Rising - Where do Humans Come From

Published on Sep 30, 2015
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Follows mankind's journey of life from the first cell to the present day. Captured in a single, animated time lapsed shot, and based on archeological findings, we trace our epic journey from the first spark of life billions of years ago up to our present status as the most successful species on the planet. Humans are the pinnacle of a chain of species that has survived by way of evolution, natural selection, adaptation, and pure luck. From the formation of primordial genetic material to the development of speech, this is the improbable story of the incredible set of circumstances that led to human existence.
This documentary aims to answer such questions as: How did we get here? How did mutations create male and female sexes? And were we actually fish at one point during the evolutionary chain?
We are the most complex creature on this planet, a big brained, two-legged mammal. We’ve risen from the raw materials of the Earth to dominate and shape it. Wind the clock backwards and the story of how we got to be us is a puzzle that defies all logic. Through nearly 4 billion years of evolutionary twists and turns, disasters strike, predators threaten to wipe us out. From rodent to reptile, we face extinction at every turn, from the land into the water, fighting to survive every step of the way, from fish to worm, back to the very first spark of life, to a single simple cell. One change or predator along the way and this extraordinary story would have never been told.

Comments

  • Why is it always a choice between Evolution and Religion? I'm an Atheist and Evolution, as shown in this video, is ridiculous. Even with all of the power that we humans have, we've never been able to make life in the manner described in this video. That lightning made DNA is just absurd. Clearly, the correct sequence of events has yet to be uncovered.

  • I feel like we are predator pussies. All dinosaurs and other creatures always hunted the shit out of us and we evolved to run and hide. We just outlasted everyone doing that. Nowadays we have been around the longest so we seen some shit and toughened up. We literally evolved from pussies to bring tough pussies.

  • Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

    • jeanese asks : "How did u know?" We know because NASA spend about a decade using the WMAP space probe to collect data on our universe. The data shows that the universe is about 13.7 billion years old. By contrast, radiometric dates of the earth, the moon and meteorites in our solar system date the earth at about 4.5 billion years old.. So the universe is about 9 billion years older than our planet earth..

    • How did u know?

    • The earth did not exist at the beginning of the universe.

  • Geez I wish I had a time machine to go back and check if this is how it happened but truthfully we will never know, but thanks for the fantasy that we couldn't possibly know.

    • Gord Desm yes you are a self-identified "dummy" as Randall expresses it.

    • *HOW EVOLUTION WORKS* It is helpful to understand that evolution is a molecular process. The random mutations that naturally occur during cell division and replication (mitosis and meiosis) are the raw material for the genetic variation we see in every population of organisms. Mutations are ongoing and continuous for every living species. Those mutations are subjected to a selection process that is performed by whatever environment the organisms find themselves. In this respect, evolution is an ongoing, continuous set of experiments. Those that work get perpetuated, those that don't, perish. It is as if the environment acted as an umpire who says "There are good mutations and there are bad mutations and there are neutral mutations, but they ain't nuthin' until I (the environment) calls 'em." That is Natural Selection. Neutral mutations just go along for the ride without producing immediate benefit (Genetic Drift). The result of those selection processes is organisms best suited for their current environment. Should that environment change, it would put the population under stress. If the population gene pool has sufficient genetic variation it increases the likelihood that at least some offspring should be able to survive and perpetuate the species (albeit one of slightly different genetic makeup). What you should understand is that genetic changes do not occur because of some 'need'. The mutations are RANDOM and get selected if they are USEFUL. That is a process and it is anything BUT random. Let's take the example of the Panda. Bears in general are omnivores, eating plant matter, but with a marked preference for meat when available. The preferred food of the Panda however, is bamboo leaves, which have such low nutritional value that they must eat almost continuously. The Panda would certainly be able to extract more nutrition with a four chambered stomach (as in ungulates and whales) or something akin to a cecal valve, but it has neither in its genetic toolbox. In feeding themselves, pandas are continuously stripping bamboo leaves from their stalks, a process that could be facilitated if they had a thumb. Bears however do not have thumbs, nor do they have genes for them in their genetic toolbox. Nor do new features simply spring into existence. However, if a slightly altered body component provides some benefit, natural selection will perpetuate it. Evolution results in incremental alterations to what is already there. As an analogy, imagine a robot gardener dragging a hose around various obstacles it encounters in a garden until it can go no further. Now an intelligent gardener could simply retrace his steps and take a different path, avoiding those obstacles. The robot gardener (evolution) is not an intelligent force and cannot do that. With a limited tool kit, it can only (figuratively) add more hose to get the job done. While a thumb would be quite useful to a panda for stripping leaves, evolution cannot rewind to produce one. Instead, it has taken "a piece of hose' (a wrist bone) and enlarged it to act as a stand in for a thumb. That is not an elegant solution and not a perfect one, but it gets the job done. Evolution is does not produce perfect solutions, but tweaks here and there to "get the job done". THAT is how evolution operates. Based in part on the fact that no tetrapods, (terrestrial vertebrates) exist in the fossil record prior to about 370 million years ago, the Theory of Evolution would predict that tetrpods evolved from fish. If that were the case, there should have existed at one time a fish with characteristics of both fish and tetrapods. In other words a Transitional Species. Until about 2005, there was little evidence for such a creature. There were however, a class of fish called Sarcopterygians or Lobe Finned Fishes, that dominated Devonian seas. What charracterized those lobe finned fishes was that those fins were supported by external bones and muscles. Those bones, a single bone, connected to two bones conncted to smaller bones, are analogous to the limb bones of all tetrapods, including humans. Most Sarcopterygian Fishes have long been extinct, but they are survied today by two species of coelacnth and six species of lungfish. Still, what was missing was a fossil showing characteristics of fish AND tetrapods. When Neil Shubin and his team decided to search for a fossil that filled the gap between the Lobe Finned Fishes that dominated Devonian Seas and the earliest tetrapod fossils represented by Ichtheostega and Acanthostega dated about 370 mya. Since those fossils were found in geologic deposits indicating a freshwater environment and if the Theory of Evolution is correct in its hypothesis that tetrapods evolved from fish, then transitional fossils should be found in similar deposits somewhat older in age. The problem was that geologic deposits of that age are exposed at few places on the earth's surface. Fortunately, a great deal of geologic exploration has been done throughout the world, financed often times by oil and mining interests. They selected an area in the Canadian Arctic, Ellesmere Island, as having the greatest likelihood of success. It took 4 years of searching during the short summers of that hostile environment but succeeded, returning in 2004 with 9 specimens of the fish they named Tiktaalik. It was exactly what one would expect a transitional fish-tetrapod to look like and was found in deposits dated 375 mya. If this was not the direct ancestor of tetrapods, it was something very much like it.This is a great example of using evolutionary theory as a predictive tool, The genetic variation within a population is referred to as a gene pool. Organisms can move freely within that population breeding with each other perpetuating any new mutations that work and eliminating those that are less than optimal.Each offspring will most resemble its parents, yet will vary slightly genetically because of unique mutations acquired during meiosis. Thus the genetic makeup of a population will change ever so slightly with each successive generation. Populations are not stable, they expand and contract with changing conditions. So long as there is sufficient genetic variation within a population there will be some members capable of surviving those conditions and perpetuating the species. The alternative is extinction. When populations expand and migrate to new territories, some portions of it will become genetically isolated from each other and no longer share a common gene pool. In such cases, each such sub population will carry a subset of the parent population, but subsequent mutations will be unique to each new population (the genotype) that will come to differentiate that population from others (Genetic Drift). To the extent that such populations encounter differing environmental conditions, that environment will exert different evolutionary pressures on that population. New mutations will have a much greater chance of coming to dominance within a smaller population than they would in the larger parent population where they would be one among the many. Over thousands of generations genetic differences accumulate in the different gene pools making interbreeding ever more difficult until at some point speciation can be said to have occurred. Because speciation is a process, rather than an event, it would be no more possible to pinpoint where speciation occurred than to identify where on the color spectrum orange becomes red.

    • You state: "macroevolution is only mutations and adaptations" wtf?? That IS evolution, dummy.

    • So your saying what you observe today tells you what happened yesterday, more useful if you use that data to figure out what will happen tomorrow. Nobody ever looks to the future for answers for today, never mind looking backwards. And macroevolution is only mutations and adaptations, evolution is a myth, maybe apes are your ancestors but their not mine.

    • Macroevolution (speciation) is an observed fact.

  • Its true, humans shouldn't even be here but we are here together.

  • just listen to this its not an agrument for randomness but that things happened for a reason. if this vid doesnt prove god exists i dont know what does

    • Evolution is not a random process as anyone who has managed to make it out of high school should know.

  • wow

  • *EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION - The Evolution of Whales* With whale evolution, we see a succession of fossils through time with shared characteristics that start with land animals that used hind legs for propulsion while swimming. Land animals have a pelvis consisting of 3 fused bones, ilium, ishium and pubis to which various muscles are attached. There are 5 fused vertebrae, the sacral vertebrae, to which the pelvis is also fused, giving firm support for internal organs, and hind limbs. *The pubis in all mammals serves as an anchoring point for penile muscles.* The penises of all mammals are supported by tough fibrous structures, the crura, which attach to the pubic bones of the pelvis. For fully aquatic mammals, cetaceans and sireneans, mating presents something of a problem in that movement is three dimensional, so that assuming a mating position is a bit tricky. Evolution in whales, manatees and their kin has solved this problem by endowing them with prehensile penises, what I would call "Mobile Dicks". ;-))) The remnants of those pelvic bones are termed vestigial as they are retained for just that purpose. (*"Vestigiality is the retention during the process of evolution of genetically determined structures or attributes that have lost some or all of their ancestral function in a given species."* - Wikipedia) Successive early cetacean fossils show increased use of the tail for propulsion, placing a premium on spinal flexibility. Freeing the pelvis from the spine provided that flexibility, and took place in two steps; first, as in Rhodocetus, the five vertebrae of the sacrum was divided into loose vertebrae reducing of the point of pelvic fusion to a single sacral vertebrae. While spinal flexibility was improved, it reduced support for hind limbs while on land. While they were ungainly on land, much like today's sea lions, it seems that, like sea lions, they came ashore to breed and give birth. The second step in basilosauroides (Basilosuarus and Dorodon) was complete separation of the pelvis from the vertebrae while still retaining legs of limited use. While spinal flexibility was further improved, it gave no support for hind limbs on land at which point they would have been fully aquatic. Basilosaurus and Dorodon hind limbs had fully articulated pelvis, femur, tibia, fibula, metacarpals and phalanges, all the normal parts of a quadrupedal leg. That pelvis however, was no longer fused to the vertebrae. An 18 inch hind limb was of little use for propelling a 50 foot Basilosaurus and the same applied to the smaller Dorodon. Since their value for propulsion was negligible and had the effect of increasing drag, evolutionary pressure favored further reduction in size and eventual elimination which took place in more recent cetaceans. It appears that Basilosaurus was an evolutionary dead end and that modern whales all descend from Dorodon. However, vestigial hind limbs are still present in even later whale fossils such as the recently discovered 36.4 mya whale fossil in Peru named Mystacodon selenensis. It is the oldest known cousin of modern baleen whales. This suggests that toothed whales (Odontoceti) and baleen whales (Mysticeti) lost their hind limbs independently. smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/missing-link-whale-evolution-discovered-180963287/ Not only was the pelvis retained in later species along with their role of muscular support, but many of today's whales retain a femur articulated with ball and socket joint to the remnant pelvis. The Northern Right Whale retains not only those bones, but an articulated tibia as well. The genes for those hind limbs are still present in the cetacean genome. Hind limb buds appear in early embryos to be turned off by control sequences in later development. The control sequence on rare occasions have malfunctioned, resulting in a whale or dolphin with hind limbs. The progressive reduction and eventual elimination of hind limbs occurred in the separate convergent evolution of Sireneans (manatees, dugongs and sea cows) from their Proboscidian ancestors, also well documented in the fossil record. References: The evolution of whales - Understanding Evolution evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/evograms_03 Lesson: Whale Evolution - Indiana University Bloomington www.indiana.edu/~ensiweb/lessons/whale.ev.html How Did Whales Evolve? | Science | Smithsonian www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/how-did-whales-evolve-73276956/ Functional Morphology of the Vertebral Column in Remingtonocetus ..(pdf) deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/86333 Whale Evolution | Australia Maritime Museum stories.anmm.gov.au/whale-evolution/ When Whales Walked (PBS Eons) us-tv.org/tv/video-_OSRKtT_9vw.html&feature=em-comments en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basilosaurus#/media/File:Gidley-1913-Basilosaurus-skeleton-reconstruction.JPEG en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basilosaurus#/media/File:Basilosaurus_isis_hindlimb.JPG

  • Do any creationists actually understand the Theory of Evolution? It is not obvious that they do based on their comments here. I know it is a statistical fact that creationists on average are poorly educated and have low IQs but these comments render those abstract statistics into a tangible output.

  • He's the first member of the DK crew HUH

  • Appreciate .. tough I've a ? That bug my science! If life evolved from one... I wonder why other spies evolved from? IE. dinosaurs. Or is it genetics from that one.. that modified?

    • *HOW EVOLUTION WORKS* It is helpful to understand that evolution is a molecular process. The random mutations that naturally occur during cell division and replication (mitosis and meiosis) are the raw material for the genetic variation we see in every population of organisms. Mutations are ongoing and continuous for every living species. Those mutations are subjected to a selection process that is performed by whatever environment the organisms find themselves. In this respect, evolution is an ongoing, continuous set of experiments. Those that work get perpetuated, those that don't, perish. It is as if the environment acted as an umpire who says "There are good mutations and there are bad mutations and there are neutral mutations, but they ain't nuthin' until I (the environment) calls 'em." That is Natural Selection. Neutral mutations just go along for the ride without producing immediate benefit (Genetic Drift). The result of those selection processes is organisms best suited for their current environment. Should that environment change, it would put the population under stress. If the population gene pool has sufficient genetic variation it increases the likelihood that at least some offspring should be able to survive and perpetuate the species (albeit one of slightly different genetic makeup). What you should understand is that genetic changes do not occur because of some 'need'. The mutations are RANDOM and get selected if they are USEFUL. That is a process and it is anything BUT random. Let's take the example of the Panda. Bears in general are omnivores, eating plant matter, but with a marked preference for meat when available. The preferred food of the Panda however, is bamboo leaves, which have such low nutritional value that they must eat almost continuously. The Panda would certainly be able to extract more nutrition with a four chambered stomach (as in ungulates and whales) or something akin to a cecal valve, but it has neither in its genetic toolbox. In feeding themselves, pandas are continuously stripping bamboo leaves from their stalks, a process that could be facilitated if they had a thumb. Bears however do not have thumbs, nor do they have genes for them in their genetic toolbox. Nor do new features simply spring into existence. However, if a slightly altered body component provides some benefit, natural selection will perpetuate it. Evolution results in incremental alterations to what is already there. As an analogy, imagine a robot gardener dragging a hose around various obstacles it encounters in a garden until it can go no further. Now an intelligent gardener could simply retrace his steps and take a different path, avoiding those obstacles. The robot gardener (evolution) is not an intelligent force and cannot do that. With a limited tool kit, it can only (figuratively) add more hose to get the job done. While a thumb would be quite useful to a panda for stripping leaves, evolution cannot rewind to produce one. Instead, it has taken "a piece of hose' (a wrist bone) and enlarged it to act as a stand in for a thumb. That is not an elegant solution and not a perfect one, but it gets the job done. Evolution is does not produce perfect solutions, but tweaks here and there to "get the job done". THAT is how evolution operates. Based in part on the fact that no tetrapods, (terrestrial vertebrates) exist in the fossil record prior to about 370 million years ago, the Theory of Evolution would predict that tetrpods evolved from fish. If that were the case, there should have existed at one time a fish with characteristics of both fish and tetrapods. In other words a Transitional Species. Until about 2005, there was little evidence for such a creature. There were however, a class of fish called Sarcopterygians or Lobe Finned Fishes, that dominated Devonian seas. What charracterized those lobe finned fishes was that those fins were supported by external bones and muscles. Those bones, a single bone, connected to two bones conncted to smaller bones, are analogous to the limb bones of all tetrapods, including humans. Most Sarcopterygian Fishes have long been extinct, but they are survied today by two species of coelacnth and six species of lungfish. Still, what was missing was a fossil showing characteristics of fish AND tetrapods. When Neil Shubin and his team decided to search for a fossil that filled the gap between the Lobe Finned Fishes that dominated Devonian Seas and the earliest tetrapod fossils represented by Ichtheostega and Acanthostega dated about 370 mya. Since those fossils were found in geologic deposits indicating a freshwater environment and if the Theory of Evolution is correct in its hypothesis that tetrapods evolved from fish, then transitional fossils should be found in similar deposits somewhat older in age. The problem was that geologic deposits of that age are exposed at few places on the earth's surface. Fortunately, a great deal of geologic exploration has been done throughout the world, financed often times by oil and mining interests. They selected an area in the Canadian Arctic, Ellesmere Island, as having the greatest likelihood of success. It took 4 years of searching during the short summers of that hostile environment but succeeded, returning in 2004 with 9 specimens of the fish they named Tiktaalik. It was exactly what one would expect a transitional fish-tetrapod to look like and was found in deposits dated 375 mya. If this was not the direct ancestor of tetrapods, it was something very much like it.This is a great example of using evolutionary theory as a predictive tool, The genetic variation within a population is referred to as a gene pool. Organisms can move freely within that population breeding with each other perpetuating any new mutations that work and eliminating those that are less than optimal.Each offspring will most resemble its parents, yet will vary slightly genetically because of unique mutations acquired during meiosis. Thus the genetic makeup of a population will change ever so slightly with each successive generation. Populations are not stable, they expand and contract with changing conditions. So long as there is sufficient genetic variation within a population there will be some members capable of surviving those conditions and perpetuating the species. The alternative is extinction. When populations expand and migrate to new territories, some portions of it will become genetically isolated from each other and no longer share a common gene pool. In such cases, each such sub population will carry a subset of the parent population, but subsequent mutations will be unique to each new population (the genotype) that will come to differentiate that population from others (Genetic Drift). To the extent that such populations encounter differing environmental conditions, that environment will exert different evolutionary pressures on that population. New mutations will have a much greater chance of coming to dominance within a smaller population than they would in the larger parent population where they would be one among the many. Over thousands of generations genetic differences accumulate in the different gene pools making interbreeding ever more difficult until at some point speciation can be said to have occurred. Because speciation is a process, rather than an event, it would be no more possible to pinpoint where speciation occurred than to identify where on the color spectrum orange becomes red.

  • WHY CREATIONISM SHOULD NOT BE TAUGHT IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL We are all too familiar with the calls for teaching of alternatives to evolution by religion, especially fundamentalists and creationists. While on the surface, this may be a somewhat reasonable demand, but is it really? If the alternative includes a god, the bible or a particular religion (say Christianity) we would be in immediate violation of the Establishment clause of the U.S. Constitution. Putting the legal issue aside for a moment, the practical problem that arises is: “which god, which religion, which creation story?” Should we discriminate against all gods, religions and creation stories, in favor of a single accepted god, religion and creation story? There is simply not enough time to teach them all, but that is not what Christian creationists want; do they? They want their god, their religion and their creation story to be the only alternative to evolution. This is an extremely dishonest and discriminatory proposition. But other than legal and practical issues, the major problem is the following: In order to consider teaching a creationist alternative, we have to accept that creationism stands on an equal footing with evolution science. Creationism would need the support of evidence in order to be an alternative to evolution, which is backed by mountains of evidence. But creationism is not backed by any scientific evidence, it is a belief system. As such should we be comparing a science based explanation with a belief system? If you are thinking logically, does this make any sense? No it does not. What about “academic freedom”, the latest canard from creationists? Just another deceptive wording to hide the true intentions of creationists. When a teacher signs on as a teacher in the tax payer funded school system, he/she must follow the predefined school curriculum and text. There is no “academic freedom” in the classroom where a teacher is allowed to introduce his/her own interpretation of the subject matter and include his/her prejudices. If the so called “academic freedom” was allowed, than what would prevent me from teaching the “great benefits of Hitler’s Nazi propaganda” in the history class. Or the “alternative” to gravity theory in the physics class.

    • May sez: "If you are thinking logically" Snowball's chance in hell of that.. "Thinking logically" isn't part of their nature. If they could "think logically", they wouldn't be creationists to begin with.

  • Adam and Eve?

  • Proud to be human.

  • So it takes about 3.5 billion years to evolve into a dumb monkey and only 5 million to go from a monkey to modern man flying to the moon? Cmon, I thought we are supposed to be intelligent.

    • Uh, actually how far did you go in school? You seem to lack basic cognitive and analytic skills. Primates are closely related so it obviously takes much less time for very closely related species to evolve from each other than it takes for a fish species to evolve into a reptile, say. That is exactly what you would expect.

  • I haven't evolved to my super Saiyan form yet!!!

  • Cool video!

  • 16:35 oof... 20:12 almost oof... 21:45 when you smell hotdogs... 25:55 oof... 26:17 when you find the player that kill you with a sniper 50 times... 35:17 almost oof

  • Crazy how they know all this billions of years ago... um .. your supposed to be DEAD assholes

  • 09:14 We looks like Dunkleosteus.

  • Sharks And banging rocks. Yeouch.

  • wtf is wrong with this Randell? does he have a life or is he just writing comments all day?

  • Wow we a made from the soup.........thanks 4 faking up ma brainn wit this video

  • Look man God made me but monkeys are you broo

  • This don't even makes sense lol

  • This is a disgrace to religions

    • Emar Yron Dela Cruz don’t apologise! You have nothing to be sorry for

    • Ok sorry I just saw this, this is my apologies to you.

    • Emar Yron Dela Cruz I’m not religious and I have nothing against people that are religious. But seriously, their is more proof in evolution than in religion. It’s scientifically proven.... if you don’t like the idea of evolution then why did u click on this documentary?

  • God.

  • So Can I say the n word Since we were all once black?

  • Amazing

  • A lot of fights are happening between Christians and Atheists in the comments so I’m gonna clear things up. Us Christians don’t believe in god just because what our parents teach us or because the Bible told us so, I mean who would believe it just because a book said so. We believe it because we are living proof of God and what he can do. Take me for example, I was born with a disease called Charcot-Marie-Tooth. The doctors said I would never be able to ride a bike, run, or even walk, but here I am. I can do everything the doctor said I couldn’t. That’s why I believe, not because someone said he’s real. Another misconception about Christians that we are a religion. We are far from it. Catholics, Baptists and so on, there’s to many of them to even count. The real Christians are just called Christians or message believers. A lot of Christian religions try to change the Bible and say it meant something else. Real Christians go by what the Bible said and will always do. God does not send you to hell. You send yourself there. We are the reason the world is like this. When Eve took the fruit of Adam (Which we all know was not really fruit.) she let sin into the world. There were no talking snakes. The devil temped Eve and that’s why it happened. The devil or Satan was once an angel named Lucifer. He wanted power, to be one like God and so God banished him to hell but when Eve took the fruit she let the devil through. God and Jesus are the same there is not three gods like the catholic think. There is only God who goes by many names. Now I know I’m gonna get a bunch of atheists trying to prove me wrong so I’m just gonna ignore those but If you want the truth read the Bible, The real Bible, KJV (King James Version). Thank you to the people who took the time to read this and God Bless.

    • dino king The only reasonable conclusion that can be drawn from your "evidence" is "shit happens".

    • _"We believe it because we are living proof of God"_ There is no proof. _"I would never be able to ride a bike, run, or even walk, but here I am. I can do everything the doctor said I couldn’t. That’s why I believe,"_ So, your argument is this: some doctors are wrong, and as such God exists. ... Really? That's all it takes? Some doctors not knowing what they are talking about proves God? You can't be serious.

    • Randall Wilks the healing of my feet is not the only proof I have that keeps me with God. I have had many healings and so have my family and friends and even pets. A man I know fell from a drop and was going to die so the doctors said. But he’s still here and preaching what god has done. A sister in our church had a rare type of cancer that only a handful of people have survived and she’s still here with a testimony that for some reason is to hard to believe that people would rather believe that we evolved from apes then that there is a God.

    • Randall Wilks I was merely talking about the conflict in the comments. I have seen many atheists hating on the comments of Christian comments

    • The conflict is not between Christians and Atheists, ones religion or philosophical outlook are irrelevant to science. Evolution is officially accepted as fact by the Episcopalian, Catholic, Presbyterian and United Methodist churches, among others. The conflict is between both Christian and Muslim Fundamentalists and Science.

  • 33:02 when you're high as hell in public but you're tryna look casual lmao

  • Aww. I was so cute.

  • From the Dog to the Mimi Me.....

  • 1:55 I was expecting to hear "FRIEZAAAA"

  • let the comment section burn, my child!

  • WOW!!! See how etheist and evolution fanatics do their piece of crap. Check the facts: there are no evidence that links humans from evolution, bones collected from the museums around the world are simple animal bones that humans and non believers tend to link up.

    • Now there is a real shit for brains. Not only has he no evidence for his assertions, he implies a world wide conspiracy of scientists, museums and universities faking evidence. Well, when creationists don't know shit and have no evidence to present, what else can they do except lie their ass off. It's what they do.

  • This doesn't even make sense in the beginning he said all we're identical which means even if we combined it would just to of the same thing having sex lol it would create the same thing lol this is like one of those stupid theorist people that don't have any proof or even remotely close to what it possibly could be.

    • I recommend that you become educated at least at the high school level.

    • Randall Wilks I agree. People don’t do their research before commenting something

    • There is your typical uneducated creationist, flaunting his ignorance and lack of education. You would think those people would at least learn how to construct a proper sentence. Fourth graders do better than that.

  • This is nothing but a totally made up BEST GUESS at how we came to be .. Sadly it's total atheistic bullshit ! and rather laughable ..Absolutely not a shred of evidence to back up any of this !

    • Sorry Toob, you lose. Just as I predicted all you have are empty assertions. As I said, just saying "Nuh-uh" is NOT refutation. THAT would require evidence to the contrary, you offer none. If you will notice, I do not make empty assertions, but support what I write by citing appropriate scientific research. I would expect nothing less from you. Oh, and Toob, also just as I predicted, you did what creationists ALWAYS do when they cannot supply evidence for their assertions, resort to insults.

    • Randall Wilks You can't FACT CHECK EVOLUTION lmao! I'm not going to read all of your examples of migration and population growth.... Talking about isolated populations being nowhere else just proves it was indeed isolated and didn't have many species but those that could fly or swim ..It does not say anything about the rest of the world ..Your logic is severely skewed...Do you think after watching this dumb video and still not believing evolution that your even more lame copy paste fact check will change anything....you are an idiot !

    • Randall Wilks Lmao Sorry but that is not species evolution...That is species migration and population growth...Not one example of a single species evolving into another totally new species !

    • toob maniac And that is only SOME of the evidence for evolution. If you or any other creationist thinks they can refute what I write, have at it. I have made that offer many times and thus far, no creationist has come close to doing so. What I usually get from creationists is insults which the creationist mind seems to regard as equivalent to a rational response. Keep inmind that merely saying "Nuh-uh" is NOT refutation. THAT of course requires evidence to the contrary.

    • *EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION - The Predictive Ability of the Theory - Part II* The defining characteristic of all scientific knowledge, including theories, is the ability to make falsifiable or testable predictions. The best test of any scientific theory is its usefulness as a predictive tool. In that respect, the Theory of Evolution performs admirably. The Theory of Evolution would predict that, IF birds evolved from dinosaurs, there should be a progression of derived traits in dinosaurs leading up to the origin of birds and that is exactly what we see. Perhaps the most complete transitional sequence in the fossil record is that from dinosaurs to birds. Birds didn’t just evolve from dinosaurs overnight, but the features of birds evolved one by one; first light bones and bipedal locomotion, then feathers, then a wishbone, then more complex feathers that look like quill-pen feathers, then wings. Yes, wings evolved before flight. Just as there are birds today such as ostriches, emus, rheas, etc. that no longer fly, yet still use their wings for other purposes, there were winged theropod dinosaurs that may have used them to shelter young, for mating displays, or intimidating a predator or rival just as do birds of today. Long before wings, the forelimbs of theropods evolved to allow them to reach forward to grasp prey with their claws. Those are the Maniraptors. That movement is exactly the same as that required for flapping wings. Archaeopteryx still had those grasping claws as did other early birds. The young chicks of the Hoatzin still retain them. Claws are also evident on many bird species; Emus, Cassowarys and Kiwis still have them on vestigial wings. blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/files/2014/05/ratite-manus-diversity-600-px-tiny-May-2014-Darren-Naish-Tetrapod-Zoology.jpg Feathers and scales are formed from the same material, keratin. Birds retain scales on their legs; the Japanese Silkie chicken and pigeon varieties have been bred for fully feathered legs, indicating that only slight genetic modification is necessary. Take a look at an Emu; its legs are exactly what would be expected on a dinosaur. It too, has a useless nub of a wing with an equally useless claw. Vestigial remnants are always confusing to creationists There is a succession of feathered dinosaur fossils with increasingly bird like characteristics i.e. Xiaotingia, Sinosauropteryx prima, Caudipteryx, Sinovenator and others. Any of these fossils showing such a mix of traits can be considered transitional. The whole lineage of feathered dinosaurs could be considered transitional. The fossil record even shows the stages of feather evolution from simple spikes to down to contour feathers and ultimately to quilled flight feathers. Today we have lots of feathered dinosaur fossils; so many feathered theropod fossils in fact, that most paleontologists now think ALL theropods were probably feathered. Feathers could not have had an aerodynamic function until after bipinnate, closed pennaceous (flight) feathers (stage IV) had evolved. There were dinosaurs with wings that couldn't possibly fly, like 5 foot 40 pound Zhenyuanlong suni. There were a great many almost-birds and not-quite-birds, until about 150 million years ago, birds ultimately took flight. Birds or almost birds like Auronis, Archaeopteryx, Shenzhouraptor, Rahonavis, Yandangornis Jixiangornis, Sapeornis, Omnivoropteryx, Confuciusornis and Changchengornis retain some dinosaur-like features such as teeth and long bony tails. Evolution is NOT a linear process. Many of these species lived at the same time, displaying a matrix of characteristics. Evolution is a natural experiment. Some things work and get perpetuated, others may enjoy brief success before extinction. Any organism that can exploit a new environment or food source has an evolutionary advantage.When birds took to the air it vastly expanded their ability to move through and into new environments and rapid diversification followed. With so many transitional fossils displaying both bird-like and dinosaur-like features, there is an almost seamless transition from dinosaur to bird (as well as a great number of dead end evolutionary experiments) and it is often difficult to separate the two. Doing so requires statistical analysis of nearly 1000 inherited and derived characteristics. Lest you think of evolution as being a linear process, feathered non-avian dinosaurs continued to pursue differing evolutionary paths. About 25 million years after the origin of birds saw new evolutionary experiments in Microraptors, four winged dromeosaurs with pinnaceous flight feathers on both arms and legs that were capable of gliding and possibly powered flight as well. Their fossils indicate that for a while at least, they were quite successful. There are some 300 of these fossil 'experiments' in museum collections around the world. Coinciding with the demise of the dinosaurs, a great many lineages of birds (excuse me, Avian Dinosaurs) and mammals also perished. However, so many environmental niches were opened to mammals and birds that, again, rapid diversification followed in both groups. The Theory of Evolution predicted that, IF birds evolved from dinosaurs, there should be a progression of derived traits in dinosaurs leading up to the origin of birds and that is exactly what we see. It is not just that birds descended from theropod dinosaurs, they ARE theropod dinosaurs,... AND Amniotes AND Sarcopterygians AND Vertebrates AND Animals AND Eukaryotes, because ones ancestry is never lost. References: Hairs, feathers and scales have a lot in common phys.org/news/2016-06-hairs-feathers-scales-lot-common.html Differences in feathers shed light on evolution of flight phys.org/news/2015-02-differences-feathers-evolution-flight.html Using modern genomics to turn alligator scales into birdlike feathers phys.org /news/2017-11-modern-genomics-alligator-scales-birdlike.html A new Jurassic theropod from China documents a transitional step in the macrostructure of feathers The Science of Nature October 2017, 104:74 link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00114-017-1496-y A Jurassic ornithischian dinosaur from Siberia with both feathers and scales science.sciencemag.org/content/345/6195/451 New study suggests that any kind of dinosaur could have feathers, not just birds washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/new-study-suggests-that-any-kind-of-dinosaur-could-have-feathers-not-just-birds/2014/07/24/ Thor Hanson s Feathers: The Evolution of a Natural Miracle blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/thor-hanson-feathers-review/ Feathers, Hair, Scales Evolved from One Ancestor seeker.com/feathers-hair-scales-evolved-from-one-ancestor-1880586713.html Fossils reveal how ancient birds got their beaks Science 04 May 2018 DOI: 10.1126/science.360.6388.477

  • True, lots of accidental births even today

  • *JOHHNY JOHHNY*

  • "Fire, it sparks an idea" Pun intended?

  • So we all were worms? And better yet Lizards??

  • How can the first man appear if evolution takes millions of years?

    • It seems that you don't quite understand the theory of evolution. What about this: you tell me what you think the theory of evolution states, then I know where you are wrong and teach you the truth.

  • Soon we will be megamind

  • I love this

  • Evolution explained for those who haven't yet evolved. What is this dribble? Is this meant for toddlers?

  • Where is Adam

  • So let's keep it simple... Which did those blind, mindless gods of Time and Chance create first, the amino acid or the peptide bond?

    • Creationist logic: "I don't know, therefore God". That is the major reason for the creation of the thousand or so gods and goddesses that have sprung from the human imagination.

    • No one "created anything". A peptide bond is an amide type of covalent chemical bond linking two consecutive alpha-amino acids from C1 of one alpha-amino acid and N2 of another along a peptide or protein chain.

    • I don't know. I'm no Chemist. That I don't know that doesn't make the existence of God any more likely though.

  • Hocus Pocus

  • Only the trials and tribulations of 3 billion years of things that want to kill and eat you could shape a species like humanity. Even if other creatures had intelligence they wouldn't have the physiological traits that make humans unique.

  • this has taught me more than school has for 7 years

  • i am not from fish, who here fish rise your hand

    • You don't even know who your relatives were 500 years ago, and you claim you know who those were a billion years ago?

  • Are you seeking the REAL Truth? The fact is, We (Homo sapiens-sapiens) are descended from Enki, an Anunnaki God, engendered by him 100,000 years ago. Please read and spread this Truth: www.loveenki.com/enki_gb/enki-and-the-key-moments-of-the-creation-of-humanity/

  • nice list of what we come from but remember dont kill anything on that list not only would that be murder but because they some how did not evolve too us makes them retarded so killing them must be a hate crime or if you eat them makes you a cannibal wow i need a safe place too hide now from those who dont agree with me lmao

  • Best video to watch before u think that your lifes worthless

  • This is pure nonsense...

    • Creationist logic: "I don't know, therefore God". That is the major reason for the creation of the thousand or so gods and goddesses that have sprung from the human imagination.

    • My point is this is just so hard to believe......

    • DANIEL JACKSON so what do you believed happened ? Is your theory going to beat the millions of scientist who have researched this for years? Nah, didn’t think so

  • Ayee that’s my oldest grandpa!

  • broo this is not where they come from god create us

    • nice where did you get that

    • I have nothing against religion so don’t take this the wrong way. But where is your proof? Millions of scientists have researched this for years. I go to a Strict catholic school (even tho I’m not religious) and we learn in science that it was evolution. In religion we don’t learn about god creating the planet because their is simply no evidence to back that theory up. However their is evidence for evolution

  • I dont get of how we are emerging from dirt like, voila! there's the humans.. religion are ignorance

  • So humans were rats?

  • Homies, our granny was ugly af 😷

  • I’ll tell u were humans come from.......”THEY ARE RIPPING BABIES OUT OF VAGINAS!”

  • So we DID evolve from apes!

    • *HUMANS ARE PRIMATES* in addition to being Chordates, Vertebrates and Mammals. The physical similarities between humans and monkeys/apes has been noted since ancient times. We have grasping hands with opposable thumbs, fingernails instead of claws and forward facing eyes, among other common attributes. One hundred years before Darwin published his "Origin of Species", the Swedish naturalist Carolus Linnaeus (aka Carl von Linne) established a system of classification for living organisms that is still used today. In so doing, he classified humans as Genus Homo and Species sapiens (lower case 's') and placed us in the Order Primates, meaning first order. Before Darwin arrived at his explanation for the vast diversity of life on this planet, the biblical explanation as commonly accepted without question and Linnaeus ostensibly believed in special creation. However, the resemblance between humans, and chimpanzees was so strong that he initially classified them with us in genus Homo. Later naturalists refined that classification, placing humans with the other apes in the family Hominidae. With living species today we can use genetics to determine relationships between species, and amazingly Linnaeus was overwhelmingly correct in his assessments. Our common ancestry with chimps/bonobos is attested to by far more than physical or genetic similarities. Within the genome of any species are not only genes, but pseudo genes; genes that were once active and producing a protein, but no longer due to a disabling mutation. The presence of thousands of non functional genes in any species does not fit well with a proposed "intelligent designer". While there are perhaps an infinite number of mutations that could disable a gene, the fact of two species sharing the same pseudo gene disabled by exactly the same mutation is very strong evidence for common ancestry. One could , supposedly, argue that to be a mere coincidence, but the fact is that in the case of humans and chimps/bonobos there are thousands of such shared pseudo genes, each disabled by the same mutation. Many of those pseudo genes are shared not only with chimps and bonobos, but with other apes as well, again attesting to common ancestry, and still others shared with monkeys and other primates. One gene, present in most mammals, called GULO enables the synthesis of vitamin C within their body.. That gene is present in the human body, but has been disabled by a mutation. It is a pseudo gene. Humans without fruits and vegetables in their diet get Scurvy, a problem that was most noticeable in the days of sailing ships and long sea voyages. It turns out that that pseudo gene, disabled by the same mutation, is present in the genomes of not just humans and apes, but all primates in the sub order Haplorhini which includes apes (including humans), Old World Monkeys, New World Monkeys and Tarsiers. It is a fully functioning gene in the genomes of the other primate sub order Strepsirrhini (Lemurs and Lorises), indicating that the ancestral disabling mutation took place at the time the two lines diverged, perhaps 55 million years ago. If the thousands of pseudo genes attesting to common ancestry are not sufficiently convincing, there are also the 16,000 or so viral sequences (Endogenous Retroviruses or ERV's) acquired from ancestral infections that comprise 8% of the human genome as well as those of other vertebrates. When retroviruses infect a cell, they commandeer the replicating machinery of the host cell, inserting a DNA copy of their RNA into the host genome at a random location. When this happens to sperm or egg cells, that viral sequence can be passed to successive generations with the viral sequence trapped at its original location. The same viral sequence (ERV) found at the same location in multiple species is prima facie evidence of common ancestry. Each of these pseudo genes and ERV's originated independently of each other, and each is a separate line of evidence for common ancestry.

    • We are apes. Same as we are primes and mammals.

  • Someone needs to make this same video with more detail it should be like 3-4 hours

    • Exactly! ie: "Battle for supemacy begins" That's nothing more than the battle for survivable like life has been doing since the cells came together.

  • 4:43 we call this accident........... sex

  • Everything is created according to those that were created. We are created on earth, we have not evolved. If you will find the meaning of our creation? Just answer the question, why does man work?

    • _"We are created on earth, we have not evolved"_ How do you know? _"why does man work"_ What do you mean with work? Like why do our bodies function? We we got a job? What do you mean? Be more specific.

  • all this evolution brought humanity to the point of fapping to anime girls and fighting over waifus...There's no hope from here on, mostly cuz kids these days play fortnite.

  • tom cruise just morph to 50 cent....just amazing

  • The miracles that happened could be seen to have kept us alive But i see it as: someone would have survived either way, if it wasnt them then someone else would be questioning how they survived such harsh conditions. (or not maybe they wouldnt care... Whether intelegent or not) Its not because they became us that they survived but its because that they became us... Does that make sense

  • oh so we use to lay eggs and we with the dinosaur before

  • fuck dinosaurs , mammals rule !

  • Tik tik tik tik tiktalik The ancient mudskipper

  • So many cringy autistic fedora tippers in the comments. Ouch.

  • I used to be a Christian, but then I woke the fuck up and realized there are like 50 religions that believe in different gods. They all have their different stories a 12 year old could write for his fantasy project. Now I don't believe in any almighty beings, and I know science and truth are real.

    • Religion was like Science for ancient people, it worked somewhat and they believed in it. When Modern Science was discovered, Religion stopped being useful and most people abandoned it all together as a faulty way of thinking and understanding the world around them. Now think about this, For a Future Species of Humans some Million years from now, They might chuckle and laugh at us for holding Science like Religion, Trusting and depending on it. Perhaps there are other ways of discovering the secrets of our Universe beyond Science, Which we are too stupid to understand today. This is how complex I believe our Universe is and both Religious and Scientific people are the first ones to claim "We know". Its rather "No one knows" whats out there and why big bang happened and what is our Universe, The Greatest mystery of all times.

  • Christians Be Triggered

  • we where careeted by GOD

    • Randall Wilks I agree. Humans created god. Not the other way round

    • I have nothing against religion so don’t take this the wrong way. But where is your proof? Millions of scientists have researched this for years. I go to a Strict catholic school (even tho I’m not religious) and we learn in science that it was evolution. In religion we don’t learn about god creating the planet because their is simply no evidence to back that theory up. However their is evidence for evolution

    • No, man created God and saw that it was good. Henceforth, it removed from humanity the necessity of thought. Any question could be answered by "Goddidit" "Goddidit" "Goddidit"

  • This is just fun to watch nothing more...

  • spore

  • This is so damn cool.

  • And now 😮 doritos anyways who’s eating Doritos while watching

  • For anyone interested, here's a better explanation of the first cell forming. us-tv.org/tv/video-U6QYDdgP9eg.html

  • 4 Billion years of evolutionary work, all stopped dead by welfare.

  • So this all started in Montana? How did we get from Montana to Africa? Did I miss something?

    • rideordie137 In geography you learn about plate boundaries. Millions of years ago all the countries were one (the big continent was called Pangaea) over time the plates under our countries begin to move. If you look at South America and Africa they fit together perfectly. This “plate boundaries” happens over millions of ears tho. So when this story started the animals lived on one continent. I hope this answered your question

  • this so dumb

    • nothing happens by coincidence there has to be a cause for this universe there has to be a conscious creator the existence of a creator is objective now whoever that creator is that's subjective it depends on your belief what makes sense to you

    • Dante steve evolution? Nah it’s amazing

  • 11:30 Just magically grow a lung, evolution!

    • +Randall Wilks thank you

    • My biggest complaint is how they depicted the transition from fish to tetrapods. It was poorly done. First of all, the fish depicted are Placoderms, whereas it is the Sarcopterygian fishes that gave rise to land vertebrates. Sarcopterygian (Lobe-finned) fishes, of which only two species of Coelacanth and 6 species of Lungfish survive, had muscular fins with external bones homologous to those of tetrapods. Furthermore, the evidence shows that the transtion from fish to tetrapods such as Acanthastega did not take place in the ocean, but in weedy freshwater swamps where food in the form of land-based insects and other arthropods were a plentiful food source. Although this video was supposedly made in 2012 and uploaded to YT by Naked Science in 2017, it says absolutely nothing about the discovery of the transitional fossil Tiktaalik discovered in 2005. I would recommend the 3 part "Your Inner Fish" series as a good place to start for those seeking a better explanation of evolution. www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/your-inner-fish-series I recommend exploring that Biointeractive website for anyone seeking to increase their knowledge of science. One could click on "Topics" and select a subject such as Human Evolution or enter a term in the search bar. The amount of information on that site is staggering.

  • Jeez why is this comment section full of half brained aitheists always insulting every single religion lmao

    • Because this is a video about science. Creationists want to push their fundamentalist beliefs which are the antithesis of science. It has nothing to do with atheism, evolution is officially accepted as fact by the Episcopalian, Catholic, Presbyterian and United Methodist churches, among others.

  • JESUS CHRIST MAKE A HUMAN BUT AFTERALL MANY PEOPLE SEEK FOR NOTHING OF THIS WORLD ..JUST BELIEVED IN GOD FOR FAITH CAN BEND THE LAW OF PHYSICS AND BIOLOGY WHICH IS MANY OF SUPERNATURAL THAT'S HAPPEN BUT SCIENCE CANN'T REALLY EXPLAIN. "THEY'RE JUST REALLY THINK THEY'RE WISE BUT THE TRUTH IS JUST A FOOL !" (Proverbs 12:15)

    • Now there is someone eager to reveal their lack of education. Can't figure how to release their "Caps Lock" key, can't construct a proper sentence and doesn't know shit about either Physics or Biology.. Typical creationist.

  • Yeah we are just a rock xd

    • I'm not sure if you're just trolling and pretending to be a believer or what because you sound so sarcastic xD But if Yahweh is supposed to be omnipotent and omniscient, it means there's no free will. He knows everything we will ever do thousands of years before we are even born and with his omnipotent powers he made everything so it would go according to his master puppeteer voodoo shit plan aka "master plan". For example, he made Lucy so that he would rebel against yahweh and so that he would have an excuse to send him to hell so he could rule it. Dick move on god's part. Not to mention that so called "perfectly good and merciful god" has drowned and killed bunch of innocent babies and people with his own hands. You can't do whatever the heck you want with a sentient being you create, that's wrong on so many levels, god in bible is no better than a self-centered tyrant who send people who don't kneel before him to suffer for eternity. Bible is such a bs scam.

    • You are evidence you have free will

    • Theres only one Lord Jezus Chrystus

    • Which god out of hundreds of thousands ludacris folktales that have no evidence whatsoever to back them up?

    • Nah, Iam actually son of God

  • Why so many n****s

    • eliteviper6666 sub to old eliteviper6666 why are so many people rascists? Like you?

    • eliteviper6666 sub to old eliteviper6666 why are so many people rascists? Like you?

  • Gorillas are still around we have nothing to do with them their separate Adam is our true ancestor

    • Didn't I tell you that in not Christian read the quran

    • +eliteviper6666 sub to old eliteviper6666 there's nothing in the bible that says adam was 90 feet tall, or anything equivalent. And if you believe adam is our true ancestor, do you believe chimpanzees are related to adam? After all we are 98% genetically related to them.

    • Smile doge ye I agree, we didn’t evolve from gorillas. Gorillas and humans evolved from another type of ape

    • Well how do you know their original amount of ribs you see everything evolves and changes Adam used to be tall about 90 feet and he's skeleton formation might gave been different but we git shorter and evolved islam back up both science and it's religion not a Christian used to be but im pretty sure we both believe that Adam IS our true abcestor

    • We are seperate, but are at least 90% related genetically, just like other primates. And if you believe Adam is our true ancestor, then you obviously take the bible as being true. So then answer this question, why did god say men have one less rib because of adam, yet men and women have always had the same amount of ribs, making the that statement false??

  • where can you find a whale with legs?????

  • Stop saying the first this the first that, there was no first, evolution is uncountable series of changes, there was no first fish, no first homosapien , no such thing as first specie. It's very informative video but I wish they didn't narrate it as if they were there and witness everything, when you are explaining a theory in course of 4 billion years, you don't say "this was the moment we started walking on our foot", besides they were not us, "we" refers to humans, but hundreds or thousands of other species evolved from the same ancestor that we did, calling them "we" means you can include all other species that evolved from that fish to "we" too.

    • I don't think this video i intended for creationists, but for people who know even something about evolution and who realize that this video isn't 100% accurate like you said.

  • God made earth 🌏

    • Nope, space dust compresses close to each other over millions of years creating even stronger gravitational pull that allows more space dust and space rocks to combine together to create a planet/star.

  • I think our final form is a winged humanoid , why ? Because ,, we were a worm, fish, amphibian , reptile and a mammal but weve never been a bird

  • We came from Adam .,and Adam was created from clay....it's the reality!...it's up to u , u believe it or not

  • they're speaking as if they know lightning was the spark to life... the real answer is we don't fucking know how life got started.. stopped watching after this video after the first minute.. you hear bullshit in the first minute then you can expect plenty more bullshit

  • R.i.p. deer

  • IT dosen’t give a sense

  • improbable, mystery, no one knows, load of bs

  • What a theory.. childish but an amazing story made

    • +Hm Grraarrpffrzz I have seen the real talks of evolutionists and even they can't prove the solid change of physical properties. They say we come from monkeys but even today there are monkeys and humans at the same time. Why can't we see any evolution in the animals present today? People discovered new species but they never evolved from something else. Only in kids cartoon does this happen. I hope you understand bro or sis. If you need more help to clear your confusion, we can talk on FB.

    • _"But there physical properties have never changed"_ How do you know? (Also it's "their", not "there". You use "there" when referring to a location, and "their" when you refer to something attributed to something else).

    • Bcuz there is no real proof of evolution...species have adapted. But there physical properties have never changed. So this is a childish Illuminati story

    • Why childish?