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Published:October 23rd, 2009 09:27 EST
Why are there no Neanderthals in the world?

Why are there no Neanderthals in the world?

By Henry Ocansey

The theory of evolution claims that apes through time, evolved into Neanderthals, and Neanderthals supposedly evolved into modern humans anywhere from 30,000 to 100,000 years ago. Neanderthals are said to have not walked quite upright like a human being, but were somewhere in between the posture of an ape and a human being. If in fact Neanderthals gradually developed from apes, we would have many of them in the world right now. They would be on their evolutionary path into becoming modern humans.

Babies develop into teenagers, and teenagers if all goes well, develop into adults. If there were no teenagers at all in the world, then it would not be true that babies eventually turn into teenagers. Unless, somehow every teenager in the world died. Even then, little children would eventually become teenagers again and there would be babies, teenagers, and adults in the world.

Scientists and Archeologists have come up with this idea of evolution, which does not make much sense at all. How is it that all Neanderthals died out, but apes and human beings did not? The middle piece to their theory is missing, and without that evidence their theory is certainly invalid. By claiming that Neanderthals went extinct, they have conveniently, escaped having to have real validity to their theory. 

People can and will believe whatever they want to believe. However, things ought to make sense before people follow them. Of course, those who believe God created animals and humans separately have plenty of evidence to make their case. They have no claim of a middle species, which is missing from the world.

Neanderthals were supposedly found in Neander Valley in Germany in 1856, but I say that whatever it was that they found, it was not a middle species. The bottom line is that if evolution were true, there would be Neanderthals here on this earth, even after the others died out.