According to the official version of the evolutionary origins of human, monkey, lacking food, moved from endangered forests in the savanna. This gave her upright posture and brain development.
This version is very good, when viewed in the context of Darwin's theory, but there is a fair question: why no other species of monkeys in the desert did not go? After all, they, too, had no food!
Science also can not give an explanation, where and why there were many features that distinguish us from the apes. Rather, the explanations were, but have failed and left the official scientific ideology. The growth of the brain, or loss of body hair, not observed nor in any great apes, and a unique way of breathing, which also makes it possible, so no one could explain.
Without going into the biological details, we give a simple example. It is known that during the day in the savannah is very hot and very cold at night. So why are the monkeys who moved to Savannah, disappeared wool? After all, following Darwin's theory, the change should give immediate benefit substantially within its habitat.
However, if we assume that the person was not formed in the savannah, and mangrove forests, much immediately gets into position. In the coastal mangrove swamps of Borneo monkey lives Nosach. She lives in trees, but when coming down, it usually turns out to be below the land and the water, shallow water. Because this monkey just need to learn to walk on two legs. And besides, she's the one of the monkeys, who know how to swim.
Another feature of man — lowered larynx. That is, we can not drink the water and breathe at the same time, as our throat devoid of partition walls between the ways of the lungs and stomach. In the savanna is not necessary, and it should be said that none of the land mammals not lowered larynx.
But it is present in a variety of mammals that live in the sea or lakes — the seals, whales and sea lions. This device gives them a very significant advantage: being able to breathe through the mouth, these animals are able to inhale or exhale a significant amount of air in a short time while surfacing.
Marine mammals, by the way, can control your breathing as well as people. Land animals do not control the breath. And we hold the breath is given a unique opportunity — to speak.
Another characteristic feature of a person strongly distinguishes it from other monkeys — a way of sweating. While we are not only sweating squandering necessary and useful salt water, but also this process is too slow to start, which leads to the risk of sunstroke and reacts very slowly when the liquid levels in the body and salts critically reduced.
Just three hours our body can use up all the necessary for the survival of the water and salt, which will lead to very serious consequences, including death.
What to do with a system of sweating in the African savannah — is unclear. Remember the many stories and stories of American films of the deaths in the desert? Police advise: in any case, do not leave a broken-down car, or the expense of your life will go on the clock. Savannah, I assure you, much better than the desert.
Another great feature of man — his body fat distribution. Over 30% of the fat in humans is directly under the skin. Scientists recognize that this is a very good thermal insulation. But only if you're in the water. On land it does not give any advantages to the land many times more efficient wool. But this, again, the fat layer is at all aquatic mammals — whales, seals, dolphins …
The human way of copulation "face to face" is not common among land animals, but it is common in aquatic species.
What do we have? We got out of the water? It might be.
See also: Interesting archaeological finds, Climate of Antarctica.