Sometimes we forget that we used to live like animals and that living on trees was no strange thing for us. 🙂
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Evolutionists teach us that humans lived on trees.
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Even our spinal bone is proof that our ancestors had tails when they were living on trees.
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6 million years back we lived on trees and looked much like Chimpanzees.
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Nearly all scientists agree that all humans were at one time tree huggers. That is, literally, our human ancestors were arboreal – they lived in trees. Nobody is sure exactly why, but at some point our ancestors decided to stop hugging and swinging around in trees and go it on foot.
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The deterioration of the relationship between humans and trees has been rapid in the last hundreds of years, but our fate on this planet is still intertwined with the fate of the trees on this planet. One of the things I never liked about religion, is that it teaches that we humans are here to control nature and that we aren’t part of it. That we were created in God’s image and everything else was created for us. Science teaches us that we are part of it all, and that is one more reason to respect the environment.
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I’ve read that humans and trees have some things in common. Both are eukaryotic organisms (their cells contain a nucleus). Both are multicellular, carbon based life forms. The common ancestor of humans and trees most likely occurred before the Cambrian period which began about 541 million years ago. Depending on the type of tree, humans have up to 50% of DNA in common with a tree.
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We have a symbiotic relationship with trees, but we often tend to forget that. Humans and trees are dependent on each other. When we harm trees, we harm ourselves.
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In addition to absorbing carbon dioxide (CO2), producing oxygen (O2), minimising flooding and deterring desertification, trees make soil, produce food and provide habitat for many species including humans.
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Trees and humans have always been closely connected, from our arboreal ancestors onwards.
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It is a fact that trees are important, necessary and valuable to our very existence. It would not be too hard to believe that without trees we humans would not exist on this wonderful planet.
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Millions of years ago, humans were simply apes living on trees. 🙂
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The post was inspired by the National Geographic’s picture of the woman sleeping in tree. Shhh, be very quiet.