The third resolve addresses the dispute of the evolution of man as we know him…
 

Not the evolution of species or animals from the sea, or some genetically mutated non speaking monstrosity of a beast, but indeed the dispute of the evolution of man as we know him…
 

Now that the planet is in a new 'made' condition that can now sustain natural complex life form on dry earth or (land) - 

let's consider his, to date, unknown origin... Evolved or purposeful... How else can we know?

To resolve this dispute, science is going to eliminate the evolution of man as a valid question. This would prevent us from setting the question itself, in opposition against mans origin… Thus resolving the confusion inducing controversy and dispute…

Under “evolved man” on the internet you will come to page 1 of 10, and there may be roughly 7 to 10 independent articles, commentary, essays, etc. on that page of 10, and that 10 pages is of about 61 million pages on the evolution of man…

That’s 10% of the earth’s population in controversy over evolved man… Are we missing something? Some of the world’s most affluent minds, not to mention some of the world’s most not so affluent minds, for hundreds of years have grappled with this question of the evolution of man, with no resolve… It has to indicate an element of truth is missing - which has us at odds with each other to no end… I hope that to be the case.

 

Ultimately the dispute of the evolution of man disseminates down to one unknown determinig phenomenon… 

                                                           The Origin of Language: (Wikipedia)
 

The origin of language, known in linguistics as glottogony, a technical term formed from the Greek roots of the same words, refers to the acquisition of the ability to use language by an earlier stage in the evolution of mankind. The term and the existence of the topic presume that Homo sapiens evolved from some non-human ancestor who did not possess language capabilities.

Understanding the origin of language, being both one of Homo sapiens most complex, useful and consequential biological traits and one that distinguishes it from other species, poses difficulties, since, unlike writing, spoken language leaves no explicit concrete evidence of its nature or even its existence, requiring scientists to resort to indirect methods. Given its importance and difficulty of investigation it is a topic that has attracted considerable attention and controversy throughout the entire debate on the validity of the descent of species since Charles Darwin first proposed it in the late 18 hundreds.

Linguists agree that there are no existing primitive languages and that all modern human populations speak languages of comparable complexity.

While existing languages differ in terms of the size of and subjects covered by their lexicons, all possess the grammar and syntax necessary for communication and can invent, translate, or borrow the vocabulary necessary to express the full range of their speakers’ concepts.

All children possess the capacity to learn language and no child is born with a biological predisposition favoring any one language or type of language over another. There is no “half-language” that might shed light on its evolution.

The evolution of modern human language required both the development of the anatomical apparatus for speech and also neurological changes in the brain to support language itself, but other species have some of these capabilities without full language ability.

The emergence of language use is tied to the full acquisition of these capabilities, but archaeological evidence does not provide an entirely clear picture of these events.

A major debate surrounding the emergence of language is whether language evolved slowly over thousands of years as these capabilities were acquired, resulting in a period of semi-language, or whether it emerged suddenly once all these capabilities were available… (Wikipedia)

 


Scientifically, this should be our definitive issue right here… The acquisition of the ability for evolved man to use language…

There are two focal points as you know regarding evolution of man…

The first is archaeological evidence…The discovery of “ancestral” skeletal findings. One set of skeletons is non human, with much larger skull features, not allowing the capability for language. The other set of skeletal remains are that of human bones, in which it possesses the proper dimension if you will capable for language anatomically…

The problem that the jury is still out on however is that we have no clear transitional developed skeletal evidence that connects the two… Those bones may be found or maybe not. Until they are found I suppose, we cannot know for sure, and the jury’s decision cannot be made one way or the other… Keep digging… we’re all waiting…

Now the second focal point regarding the evolution of man is the acquisition of the ability of language… To which I propose, is the undisputed demise to the question of evolved man…

But apparently when and or how evolved man acquired the ability to use language is a mystery… Meaning; it is unknown…

We have sought this mystery out extensively… We have learned so much in our search for the origin of language… We have looked at the brain of early man. We have looked at the entire anatomy of the human. Bone structure, jaw, tongue, larynx, we have conducted experiments on all kinds of species to teach them to talk to no avail. We have even unraveled the genetic DNA of man for the answer to the origin of language…

It is unknown if language evolved over thousands of years as capabilities were acquired by evolved man, or whether it emerged suddenly once all these capabilities were available to them…

Now, understand that these capabilities that are being referred to are compared to “modern” evolved man as we know him today…  

Our technology of today has allowed us to discover that key components to modern evolved man, is different than that of early evolved man. Such as; a smaller jawbone in the structural formation of our skull, and the “ Foxp2 gene” found in our genetic makeup, are essential to the capabilities which enable us to speak, which are not found in early evolved man whom we are evolved from… (National Geographic 2010 documentary “Human Ape”)  

We are born fully capable of speech

This is why it ultimately comes down to the origin of language…

Given man evolved, and there is no other possible way for his existence… Our mystery is, how would early evolved man acquire the ability to speak when our archaeological evidence indicate it was anatomically impossible for him to do so? Therefore we should not be capable of speech this very day, scientifically

Although unknown, something had to have happened between that evolved man and us, because we do posses the capabilities to speak… We are born fully capable anatomically…

But let’s say for the sake of argument whatever happened, that we have all apparently accepted to have happened, happened… Now here we are, modern evolved man, born fully capable to use language…

Given we evolved, modern evolved man, and there is no other possible way for our existence…

Question: Do we know how modern evolved man acquired the ability to speak a spoken word, fully capable at birth? 
Or is this too a mystery???


Either way there is only one answer to the origin of language that will deal with them both, early or modern…

There is only one way scientifically proven for evolved man to speak… All things considered, it cannot happen any other way…

The controversy has been in search for the capability to speak… A physical developed attribute, enabling the phenomenon to occur

At no time would early or modern evolved man ever have come into the power or ability to speak, over any period of time, gradually or suddenly to this very day, due to the only scientific method for the acquisition of man to speak…

We are the only “Kind” who posses its ability on the planet earth…

 

The only way possible for man to have ever acquired the ability or power to speak… He had to have as it were, learned to speak…

The only possible scientific proven way for a child to learn to speak is: The words must first be heard... 

Man is fully anatomically capable of speech at birth… But if he is brought up in an environment where he and or a people never heard a spoken word, he would still not acquire the ability or power to speak. He would not even posses the awareness that speech is possible, although he is fully capable to do so


Given man evolved, we would not have the ability to speak to this day… It would be scientifically impossible…

Due to the fact, that the only way for a child to learn to speak is, the ability or power must come by hearing.


This does not contradict science or our God given reason or logic… If a person was born deaf, and he was raised for 20 years or any amount of time and he was not 'taught' an alphabet or language by hand signs, he would never posses the ability to speak unless his hearing was simply otherwise healed… 

If you were to put a parrot in a room alone for any amount of time, it would not be possible for it to 'say' one word, although capable to do so...

Likewise a “healthy” born person raised in the same amount of time, fed him, cleaned him, dressed him, etc., although dynamically more difficult to do, but without him ever hearing a spoken language anywhere in his environment, then for the first time something in this 'experiment' was said to him, after the initial fright, he would not have the power or ability in his mind to command his brain to utter one word…
       
Yet after about 2 or 3 years of hearing alphabet, vocabulary, language and reading, this same 20 year old person would posses’ the power and ability to do all things, by the spoken word…
  
Therefore: It is impossible for evolved man to have spoken, because the acquisition of the ability is and was scientifically impossible… This is affirmed by the Mystery of its’ OriginIf evolved, there isn't one...

Thus the present reality of the existing phenomenon of the spoken word, scientifically rules out the possibility of evolved man…

 

And until proven otherwise, we should not be allowed to insinuate or in any other way state as scientific fact that man evolved, therewith eliminating the question set in opposition against mans origin