How did evolution know what a tongue would be used for, when it apparently formed? The mouth had to learn to use its tongue to speak! Evolution must have known the purpose a tongue would serve in the mouth, pre conceding its use but still forming for a purpose that would be used latter.
The tongue was not used in the beginning; not being able to talk, but has progressed today to enable human beings to talk.
Did the tongue know about taste? It evolved to do something! Did evolution know it would be able to speak? Yet this member formed without purpose, as it existed but was not in use. If nothing to talk to why would it form? If to taste, the knowledge of taste existed!
Taste you would say existed before the tongue formed, as apparently if not animals, vegetables existed. Taste would not exist without the tongue, or at least the knowledge of taste could not exist without the tongue.
The taste buds formed enabling taste. You could say it just happened, but it’s about the things we taste too. We don’t like the taste of inedible objects, therefore the tongue new to make edible foods taste acceptable. Not only then did taste form without knowledge it separated good and bad tastes! Separating edible foods from inedible. You could say the foods we are supposed to eat are tasty enough to consume! (Do not be childish and say we all don’t like the same foods). The explanation is good enough to understand!
Many inedible objects could taste good to eat, yet they don’t? For example why don’t we enjoy excrement? you may say that it stands to reason, that would taste foul to us, but fruit and vegetables; though not enjoyed by everybody are enjoyed by most, which also tells you that taste varies in people, yet nobody likes eating dirt do they? It’s not nourishment either, do only nourishing things taste acceptable?
Taste is only good on edible things, the tongue must have had knowledge that inedible things should not taste as to eat them. Did taste decided what would sustain life? Would we be forcing inedible things into our gullet trying to stay alive?
Smells are apparent to taste too, if something smells foul we are less likely to eat it. Why do things that taste ok to eat, smell apparent too? If something smells foul it usually tastes foul. Combining smell and taste it’s unlikely that chance had anything to do with combining smells and tastes; contributing to nourishing our bodies. The things we eat that smell nice give some sort of nutrition. Was this all combined chance?
Food had a taste before the tongue formed as for the tongue to taste the fruit for what it is. It’s as if then if formed knowing and having knowledge of tasty things.
What then came first the taste or the tongue? if the tongue formed first it must have known taste existed yet without the tongue nothing had taste!
How did the tongue know the capabilities of the mouth? The same adjudication with smell, did the nose form knowing anything about smells? Did anything know that smell existed?
How would the nose have known what a smell was? Could a nose differentiate the different smells? How could the planet as stated a ball of rock know that it had smells?
If you don’t think that God exists, the earth in some way had to know it had sounds, smells and tastes? Something must have known there where tastes to eat, and sounds to hear, giving us a mouth to enable us to speak. The planet therefore pre conceded that we as humans on its surface, must have known we would need to communicate. What a load of rubbish!
If the world formed from a big bang without the existence of God everything managed to form to do something it had no knowledge of. How did the ear and ear drum form to receive sound waves? Did the ear drum know how to shape the ear? One needs the other to function?
The ear and the ear drum are separate members. What evolved first, the ear drum or the ear? If you think that we evolved, that would be amazing. What would the tongue and the voice box have been used for; if there was nothing to speak to? The voice box, the tongue, the mouth, and the ears, in conjunction enable us to speak.
The mouth must have known it would at some point need to talk to something or someone. How could the mouth, the tongue, and the ears. The ear drum and the voice box not evolve together to make sound?
You need these different members to do one thing. Impossible to think that these factors put together that we evolved.
Did evolution evolve for a purpose, the ears and mouth must have?
Why would the earth give a tongue, a mouth, taste buds and ears through evolution unless the planet knew they were going to be used for a specific purpose? Why would something evolve if there was not a specific purpose for it to evolve into something?
Everything has a purpose, the ears, the nose, and the mouth, and tongue, the ear drum, the taste buds, they all have a sole purpose in life to enable us to eat, hear, smell and speak.
Life in some respects even if evolved, did so with a purpose. How could evolution have a purpose for something if it does not have intelligence? The human body would need these different members to enable us to live and communicate.
The tongue is two members’ taste buds and tongue; the tongue could not have evolved! The taste buds where needed instantly to taste the food we ate; otherwise the food would have been tasteless. There would be nothing to taste the food. What therefore was the tongue there for? It must have been there to enable us to speak; as the taste buds would have come later, the tongue would have to know what a taste was yet was capable to talk before it was able to taste!
If the tongue only enables us to talk and taste; it must have pre conceded that it would be needed to talk before it ate. Actually, forming before it was used to do the purpose it eventually did. The tongue had nothing to evolve too, it would not have known its purpose before it was used.
The body formed without a tongue, but then something decided that humans would need to speak, It formed knowing what speech was. Because it had nothing to evolve too.
If the body, formed from the womb; was born without a tongue it would have to transfer the information to the unborn. The next born would then develop a tongue. Humans only live seventy years or so,(Give or take). How did we evolve if the information is needed from what has already formed, to evolve into something different?
How did the many members of our body form pre conceding what they would be needed for?
Establishing the different members of the face. Mouth, Nose, Ears and so forth your hands are needed to feed yourself. The hands therefore must have formed for the mouth, the legs where needed to walk to whatever the mouth would eat. Blind and deaf, what chance did it have?
Other members are used for us to gather food, as this is what we do, we all live to eat; (Give us this day our daily bread) our bodies enable us to eat, this must be the reason you would think we evolved? Evolution has no purpose yet everything achieved has some purpose.
How did an evolved planet decide anything we would need? How did the planet decide that we would need food? When did we start to eat, why if we evolved without eating did we start to eat? The human race and many other things upon the planet would have starved.
The nose knew it would need something to smell, the ears to hear. It’s more feasible that a greater power gave us these things, knowing we would need them! As a potter makes a pot and knows what he is going to form, God as a potter; formed our ears, our nose, and mouth, knowing how we would use them.
How did the earth know about decibels and the different pitches of sound to form the ear?
What enables the ear to hear different levels of sound? High or low, quiet or loud?
The planet could not have known about decibels! Different sounds and there pitches, How did the earth know anything about sound, as stated by atheists, it’s a ball of rock? How could something evolve from nothing?
The complexity and design of the human body, would have needed intelligence to form; the ear drum; hearing different sound levels and different pitches is amazing.
Did the earth know it had sounds? Is it, a living thing; intelligent, with knowledge of life? It must be more than a ball of rock. Maybe a secretive ball of rock? Maybe it too knows how to talk? It’s a giant head and we the lice!
The human body or the body of any animal, whatever life you think of could not have evolved? The life span of the creature upon the planet is much shorter, and is born from a creature giving birth. The body must have been whole from the beginning, how can something change and evolve within its own life span?
Has the ear always been an ear? Has it always been the same shape? How do you explain how the ear evolve to the body over the duration of the living things life span?
What is sound? We know it’s there; we also know we can hear. The fact is that we need what is around us to hear, so a sound that is made; makes a certain sound. We know we all hear the same sounds because of music, and the sounds that are made through speech and so forth.
The ears must have formed to hear different sounds. Did the outer ear know it would need an inner ear? Did the inner ear know what shape the outer ear had to be? They would have needed to process sound separately and would have formed separately before collaborating into a single unit! The ear drum to be able to send messages to the brain, would also need to decipher these sounds?
The ear being many members needs to then be processed by the cerebral cortex, the ear drum needs to be also processed. The body being many members would have to evolve into something then learnt there purpose. Living tissue only live a life time, if the evolving tissue had no life in it, how could it ever form!
Evolution seems impossible, all members would have had to have formed and then been taught.
How did the earth know it had tastes?
Why do people assume we all taste and Smell things the same? People do presume! Did we all evolve to taste, smell, and hear the same things; as they are?
If you think all the things you eat would have a certain taste. Did our taste buds all evolve the same, to taste things the same as they are? What put the taste to the mouth? How did the planet know everything would have a taste? How did it know everything had a smell? Good or bad.
If we evolved to learn and communicate? The need for ears as well as the mouth to communicate, other members of the mouth and ears would also be needed. If the ears where not there; how would we have learnt to speak? What would be the point of hearing if it were not for the voice?
Could speech and the hearing have evolved? They would have to have evolved together. God gave us mouths and ears to communicate?