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The Explanation

The Essence of Being Human is Revealed by Museums Dedicated to Life Activities

Being human and the definition of human life has been an enigma from time immemorial. Can we give a definitive answer to this dilemma? Yes.

Animals being human. It’s a good try but it has to be set up by humans. Humans possess cognitive abilities.
Animals being human. It’s a good try but it has to be set up by humans. Humans are characterized by the possession of cognitive abilities that come from the mind.
  • Both have physical bodies and skeletons made of bony material. We know that some animals do not have a skeleton like jellyfish. There are exceptions to all these points.
  • Both have a blood circulation system to feed the cells in their bodies.
  • Both have an oxygen circulation system to burn the food (sugars, fatty acids) and supply the energy to their cells.
  • Bipedalism — The ability to stand upright and walk for length periods of time. Our human skeleton is adapted from its central cranial base attachment to the spine down to its pelvis and the feet via the strength of the femur and articulation of the knees.
  • Big brains — Humans do not have the biggest brain (human brain about 1.5 kg), that is reserved for sperm whales at 8 kg. But humans have the biggest brain compared to their body weight.
  • Similar sized sexes — Males were much larger and equipped with canines to fight for females.
  • Childhood — The ability to take care of their young after weaning.
  • A precision hand-grip — Manual dexterity to firmly grasp a small object between your thumb and the tips of your fingers.

Museums Reveal what Being Human is

The sheer variety of Museums is a witness to the human cognitive mind.
The sheer variety and scope of Museums is a witness to the human cognitive mind.

A wise man once said, Teach you me, what I do not know.

  1. Inventory of the Universe
  2. Audit of the Universe
  3. Audit of Humankind
  4. Origin of the Universe (Commentary on Genesis 1)
  5. Origin of Humankind (Commentary on Genesis 1:26–2:7)
  6. Origin of Woman (Commentary on Genesis 2:8–25)
  7. Agony of Humankind (Commentary on Genesis 3)

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Sam Kneller

Biblical Hebrew is my passion, the basis of my writing. I ministered & reside in Paris, FR. My books reveal the Bible is a 21st C. handbook. TheExplanation.com