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Victor Mureta

What makes us human?

what makes us human and separates us from animals as we are killing our fellows out here in cold blood…?
why are we so inhuman while we still claim to be human?…
why see ourselves better then wild animals while we act the same….?

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  1. since the beginning of time the first act that was cost of killing was the influence of satan. and that influence of him lead on for generations till this day. we all get tested in this world one way or the other. we are all in this world for one reason and one reason only to worship God. but God gaRead more

    since the beginning of time the first act that was cost of killing was the influence of satan. and that influence of him lead on for generations till this day. we all get tested in this world one way or the other. we are all in this world for one reason and one reason only to worship God. but God gave us the opportunity to have family, work and many more. God created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. The most noble of you in the sight of God is the most righteous of you. Indeed, God is Knowing and Acquainted.

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  1. Human shoulders have evolved in such a way that, according to David Green, an anthropologist at George Washington University, "the whole joint angles out horizontally from the neck, like a coat hanger." This is in contrast to the ape shoulder, which is pointed more vertically. The ape shoulder is beRead more

    Human shoulders have evolved in such a way that, according to David Green, an anthropologist at George Washington University, “the whole joint angles out horizontally from the neck, like a coat hanger.” This is in contrast to the ape shoulder, which is pointed more vertically. The ape shoulder is better suited for hanging from trees, whereas the human shoulder is better for throwing and hunting, giving humans invaluable survival skills. The human shoulder joint has a wide range of motion and is very mobile, affording the potential for great leverage and accuracy in throwing.

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