How do evolutionary biologists explain Homo Sapiens?

Homo habilis

Homo habilis (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Aha, I just noticed that Richard Dawkins, who might be the “most famous evolutionary biologist in the world,” promotes vegetarianism to the masses. Again, there are many benefits to promoting vegetarianism for the ruling elite (see previous article focusing on why the ruling elite may promote vegetarianism as well as the use of rudimentary diagnostic labels like “cancer”).

Skulls of 1. Gorilla 2. Australopithecine 3. H...

Skulls of 1. Gorilla 2. Australopithecine 3. Homo erectus 4. Neanderthal (La-Chapelle-au-Seine) 5. Steinheim Skull 6. Modern human (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Rise of Man_Homo Sapiens-Hunting

Rise of Man_Homo Sapiens-Hunting (Photo credit: Lonnie’s Life)

scientiffic reconstruction of a Homo erectus

scientific reconstruction of a Homo erectus (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Anyway, those evolutionary biologists who studied how primate neurologies have differentiated over the last several million years present evidence (that I found convincing) that it was the high volumes of animal fats in the diets of prior species that eventually produced the large pre-natal brains and small dietary tracts of Homo Sapiens (leading to the modern term “paleo diet” used by Loren Cordain, Boyd Eaton, Robb Wolf, Mark Sisson, Jack Kruse, etc…).

In other words, like Homo Erectus and Homo Habilis thrived and evolved differently than chimpanzees or baboons because these hominid or Homo species were better hunters than other primates. They could stand up. They could use their upper limbs to hunt with weapons such as by throwing rocks or even spears. The development of the neurological capacity for highly-accurately throwing indirectly led to the development of primitive forms of language, which allowed for the social organizing of hunting parties. (Research “Lingua Ex Machina” and https://jrfibonacci.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/the-chains-of-reaction-the-language-reflex-the-interpreting-of-perception-behavioral-response-to-interpretation-and-the-results-of-the-response/ or https://jrfibonacci.wordpress.com/2012/04/01/mindful-language-propaganda-lying-redistribution-conscious-competence-and-neuro-physiology/ )

Soon, some Homo Erectus and Neanderthals were so good at hunting animal fat that new “genetic mutations” developed which “wiped out” those competing organisms which were less successful at hunting (such as by killing all the food that the less competitive organisms had been relying on). Competition over hunting territory eventually led to modern innovations like real estate boundaries, national borders, and court systems of organized violence to enforce privileges of exclusive access to hunting territory. In modern times, we now also have things like hunting licenses in which some people may pay the local government perhaps $500 per organism to be allowed to legally hunt a particular animal like an elk, or to catch a certain volume of seafood without being attacked by the soldiers of the local ruling court system.

Homo erectus adult female - head model - Smith...

Homo erectus adult female – head model – Smithsonian Museum of Natural History – 2012-05-17 (Photo credit: Tim Evanson)

Homo neanderthalensis adult male - head model ...

Homo neanderthalensis adult male – head model – Smithsonian Museum of Natural History – 2012-05-17 (Photo credit: Tim Evanson)

Homo floresiensis adult female - model of head...

Homo floresiensis adult female – model of head – Smithsonian Museum of Natural History – 2012-05-17 (Photo credit: Tim Evanson)

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