Yeah, the sad thing is though if a person doesn't want to believe they won't change their belief no matter what and will play all kinds of games in order to support their beliefs so they can be both right and correct, which I've come to wonder that they could be two different things.
I've been told that tip before, thanks. My post was a general response. However, this seems to be the only site that makes that tip mandatory. Other sites I've been on it's usually considered a direct response to the previous post.
What is the evolutionary purpose to having a large brain in which only ten percent is used? Wouldn't it be more efficient to just have a smaller brain if all we need is just ten percent is needed to operate our body and give us the capacity of reason?
Does this also mean that there are far more uses of the brain than have been discovered? (I'm sorry if this seems like an odd question but I don't know how else to phrase it.)
I'm watching an old episode of the original "The Outer Limits" called "The Sixth Finger".
In it, a scientists is able to increase a man's intelligence by using weird energies to quickly evolve him. As the man's intelligence evolves, his head and brain increase dramatically in size and he develops increased intelligence beyond genius level and other abilities such as telekinesis.
So, I'm not inquiring about TK, what I am inquiring about is that if our brain were to increase in size over time, would our intelligence and reasoning abilities increase over time?
There is a lot about evolution I do not understand.
Is the debate about Evolution vs Creationism a false dichotomy? It states in the wiki that a false dichotomy sets up an either or answer to a question. The only answers to evolution is it's either evolution or creationism. So would that be a false dichotomy?