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Humans have four attack organs, but you never use them. One is the elbow. The tip of the elbow bone does not have any soft tissue and is one of the hardest parts of the human body. It is 7 (7.5 at the beginning, and verified by a reply reminder, it is 6-7, which is hereby corrected) hardness, and extremely It is thick, and after bending the arm, the whole body presents the most stable triangular structure. The bones of other parts of the human body have a hardness of 4 to 5, and the hardness of 7 has surpassed most metals. This is also the reason why many warriors can use their elbows to break rocks. Moreover, the swing arm of the elbow is very short, and it is easy to join the waist and abdomen structure to form a very terrible elbow strike force. Elbow hits are prohibited in most fighting events. The most terrifying twelve-point elbow hit (from top to bottom) is a permanent ban in legal events. One move can directly smash the skull of the front forehead, which is the most human skull. The hard part, which can be used as a hammer, will also be directly smashed by a twelve-point elbow. This move can kill people directly. One is the root of the foot, that is, the heel. This part is extremely strong, like a fleshy sledgehammer. With the already very powerful thigh muscles, the stroke formed can cause serious internal injuries. The third is the forearm. The forearm allows humans to strangle wild animals of the same size. This is a fighting method that a four-legged creature can never master and defend. Once humans lock their throats or tighten their backs, the quadrupeds have nothing to do except forcibly break free with brute force, and neither teeth nor claws can touch humans. Regrettably, four-legged creatures that can break away the upper limbs of humans with their waist and abdomen strength do not currently exist in the world. Therefore, most of the time these animals can only be strangled alive, or possessed by humans. The most terrifying upper limb force in the heavyweight class of their body can break their ribs or even break their spine. (Many people don’t know that doctors are performing CPR on patients. It’s not difficult for humans to squeeze off the ribs of animals of the same size with the pressure of their arms. This is so frequent that it’s not a medical accident.) The fourth is to stand upright. Standing upright makes humans taller than wild animals of the same size. In other words, in exchange for gravitational potential energy, standing upright allows humans to elbow, trample, and kick football on the fragile back spine of wild animals on all fours. Animals must unnaturally stand upright or jump up to attack the chest, abdomen and neck of humans. However, this behavior makes it more likely to be locked by humans or unable to change orbit in the air and be knocked down by an elbow. At the same time, humans can also use their forearms to drag the animals with their forelimbs off the ground and then drop them onto the ground or throw them onto hard objects such as trees, using these objects as blunt instruments. For the body structure of quadrupeds, once their forelimbs are off the ground, they cannot stop the process of being dragged off the ground by humans. Not leaving the ground not only cannot attack the relatively high point of human vitality, but also exposes the most vulnerable spine to humans. Under the elbow. It can be said that the upright form is far below the four feet and one head in the same body shape, because it has already occupied a high position from the beginning. Humans can smash animals into pieces in ancient times. It’s not just fire and spears. If you can’t kill predators of the same size with your bare hands , Human beings do not even have the qualifications to find fire in the ground. The upper body of wrestling is leaning forward, the elbows are leaning forward and preparing to hit, the waist and abdomen are tightened, and the posture of preparing to lift up to match the forearm to throw the beast, in the eyes of the beast, is no safer than the viper ready to go. In this position, the vital genitals of human beings are very difficult to capture from the back. The chest and abdomen are all within the range of the arms, the neck is wrapped by the shoulders, the spine and anus are completely covered by the upright body, and the attack method is to hit. The bludgeoning mainly by hitting and throwing and the strangling mainly by oppression, the vast majority of wild animals fight against the hairs evolved from sharp teeth and fangs, and the soft armor-like structure of coarse leather is very weak to this kind of attack. This means that most quadrupeds of the same size have little way to speak to humans in this posture.


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7 months ago

Because in the eyes of the liger wolf crocodile, grasping and throwing is simply magic. Large animals generally don’t have the ability to attack from the air. Their psychological activity when they are attacked by humans is probably like this: Oh, I go to that kind of animal forelegs, how can they grow? Whoops, let me go, these guys have longer paws than their bodies? Whoops, I’m going to have no enemies by my side. Who is biting me? Whoops, I’m going to run, run? Whoops, what happened to me? Why am I injured again? My grandmother’s view of fighting distance, which I had practiced for many years, was subverted, and forget it… and then I died. A group of magicians, playing a big fireball without rubbing, complain that their fists are not hard enough? Give you the paws of the tigers and the sharp teeth of the crocodile, not to mention the spears, bows and arrows, just a folding stool is enough for you.

7 months ago

At the beginning, the two single-cell fights were nothing more than who was bigger than the other. I’m older than you, so I can swallow you in one bite. Later, when it reached its limit, the team formed more teams than anyone else. But it was too messy, so there was a small group of cells that gave up other functions, and formed a group of brains to fight. At this time, it depends on who drives the Gundam better. As the Gundam becomes more and more powerful, in order to better control the Gundam, the brain becomes bigger and more complicated. In the end, the human brain reached the top of the pyramid. Although my Gundam can’t beat your Gundam, my Gundam can still open the Gundam, and then reduce its dimension and crush it. On the importance of recursion (doge)

7 months ago

The offensive organs are specialized. Although the specialized stuff is powerful, it is easy to get into a dead end. For a single function, the more specialized the more powerful. But animals are different from machinery and tools. Animals are a closed system. In other words, you cannot change. Tools, you take the sword to cut people, the long sword is easy to use, you cut the meat, the short knife is easy to use, you go to dig the ground, the shovel is easy to use, you can switch between these kinds of tools, but animals can’t, they attack The sex organs are long on the body and cannot be replaced. So the more aggressive, the more serious the specialization. If the specialization is serious, it is easy to enter a dead end, such as saber-toothed animals. Is that tooth good? It’s great, but there are fewer large thick-skinned bisons. Isn’t it useless? Therefore, those with aggressive organs are specialized to a certain extent. They live well in a specific environment and have no motivation to evolve. From the perspective of evolutionary history, those who are extremely boisterous are all extinct because of the ship’s difficulty in turning around.

7 months ago

Your brain (the original answer here is the pectoralis major, but after re-reading the information, it is found that primitive humans hunting methods are so complicated that they cannot be supported by certain organs or tissues alone, so modify them). Take the evolutionary path of long fangs and claws? Teeth will fall, claws will break, and even if they can grow back, they will consume precious energy. Not to mention the venom, a big mouthful of protein shot out, it hurts the body more than shots. In contrast, there are things like stones everywhere, just look for two pieces to face each other and make a few spears to stab the prey. Isn’t it uncomfortable? If you have any doubts about this, you can refer to the hunting scenes of some primitive African tribes.

7 months ago

Who can be covered by artillery to play melee with you? The large two-legged erect horror ape especially likes to set fires, and has a deep love for the violent oxidation of combustibles. Tom Hanks has an old movie called Yushang on a deserted island. The atmosphere of the whole film is relatively low, and the protagonist only has a good time. Laughing is the first time he succeeded in making fire on an isolated island. Looking at the fire he ignited, the protagonist happily knocked out the medicine, and then enjoyed a meal of grilled crabs. The so-called set fire to the mountain, sit in prison. Why? Because setting the mountains on fire is incredibly powerful. If you don’t pay attention, you can make a large piece of land stand still, and everything will wither. Your minions are strong, and can you beat me in the sea of ​​purgatory? The history textbook said that the ancient human production method was slash and burn. The specific method of kindling is to set fire to the mountain first, and then plant a thin harvest on the large open space. You see, humans have set fire to the mountain for tens of thousands of years, and they have become a habit of burning, so that they have to sit and wear in prison. To curb the continuation of this behavior. In addition, humans also have a special skill of throwing, which is unique in the world.

7 months ago

Developed and degraded. Why do you “grind your teeth” when you are angry? It’s not that you want to use your teeth to rub your breath, but you want to show your teeth and threaten your opponent. Passed down through tens of thousands of generations, this is no longer a habit, it has become the instinct of implanting genes-in this way, humans have stronger deterrence, grab more meat, and can spread their own genes. Now why don’t you think that gritting your teeth is for deterrence? Because your teeth are not worth showing off anymore. Primitives’ gums are protruding as a whole, which is suitable for fighting. Your teeth are only responsible for eating processed cooked food, and retreat to a more “peaceful” position, so you feel that you are clenching your teeth for your own sake.

7 months ago

Humans do not have the power of a lion, the hard skin of a crocodile, or the sharp teeth of a poisonous snake, but for a long part of the past two million years, humans have been able to hunt on their own powerful endurance and extremely low dependence on tools. Food, there are also strong endurance that can make humans enough to get rid of the hunting of most predators in this world, and there are also throwing abilities that most other animals do not have or are weak (for example, orangutans can throw poop, but humans can throw poop. (Out of baseball) human body (excluding the brain) does not seem to have evolved very much, cannot fly, cannot breathe in water, and has no organs that are born aggressive, because evolution is an environmental choice, not an active change. If A creature can become whatever it wants to become. It’s probably not a creature… It’s a variety of weird, it’s not evolution, but super power… The real power of human beings is that there is a powerful When it comes to an explosive brain, how strong is this brain? Strong enough to solve most of the problems related to survival in this world-although there is still a certain distance from all problems

7 months ago

Compared with other animals, especially mammals other than humans, humans have many evolutionary advantages, not as weak as the subject thinks. First, humans’ upright posture allows them to perform true bipedal movements. The advantages of walking upright are far beyond your imagination. Even the very strong and mostly erect Neanderthals lacked the efficiency of Homo sapiens walking on two legs. In addition, the energy required for human movement is much less. Secondly, humans have a good ability to sweat, so as to maintain a stable body temperature and reduce the need for body hair. In fact, few animals can cool their bodies as effectively as humans. In fact, even today, there are still some tribes’ hunting mode that hunts prey within miles and hours, so as to use the heat exhaustion produced by the animals during the hunting process to successfully capture the prey. Human hands and arms are so dexterous that we have the ability to throw spears without having to stab the prey face to face. This advantage can effectively reduce the danger of prey to hunters during hunting. The dexterity of the hand enables human beings to adapt well and change the environment in which they live. This advantage is used to the fullest when cooking food and making complex tools. By cooking food at high temperature, humans can get more and better protein. This not only improves the quality of human life, but also means that humans can spend time on things other than chewing food. After humans have evolved, they have become linguistic, so that when hunting, the two parties can exchange complex hunting strategies to obtain more food or resist prey attacks. Compared with other animals, humans have a stronger sense of community responsibility, which means that every tribe member has the responsibility to protect other members of the tribe, especially family members. Finally, the human brain has the most complex thinking areas. The highly evolved brain is a very powerful weapon for human beings to protect themselves. Almost all of these evolutionary changes occurred between 100,000 and 150,000 years ago. With the advantage of evolution, humans no longer try to change their environment to adapt to their own survival, but adjust their response to the environment through clothes, domestication of animals and plants, and construction of protective shelters.

7 months ago

Because learning to make tools is much faster than evolving an organ. The technique of making spears may only take a few years to be invented. It may take tens of thousands of years to evolve a spear-shaped organ. After these years, the world has long been ruled by tool-making species. Fantasy novels often emphasize self-cultivation, which is anti-scientific. The real situation is that it takes millions of years to evolve useful complex organs on its own, which is far inferior to external tools.

7 months ago

The most important thing in the human finger is the thumb, which is the most unique and powerful organ in human beings. Most of the movements of the human hand are inseparable from it. The function of the thumb should account for more than half of the function of the whole hand. All kinds of delicate and complicated movements require the help of thumbs. People have to use their thumbs to carry bowls and chopsticks, hold pens, hold guns, and hold hands. The length of the human thumb is 60% to 64% of the middle finger, but this proportion is only 39% in orangutans, 40% in chimpanzees, and 43% in gorillas. This shows the importance of thumb length. Because the thumb is too short, like the apes, even with the developed thenar muscles like humans, it is impossible to do palm-to-finger exercises. Without the thumb, the ability of the hand to pinch, grip, grasp, and twist will be greatly weakened. Moreover, evolution only gave the thumb two knuckles, which makes it the most tacit match with other fingers. If the thumb is 1 section, it is not easy to cooperate with the other 4 fingers to grasp things; if it is 3 sections, the thumb will be weak and difficult to handle complex movements. Because the thumb is particularly important, the Chinese use the word “Mu” to refer to it, which means the mother of the finger. This is consistent with the reference of the American Indians, who called the thumb the “mother of the fingers.” Somalis in Africa regard the thumb as the “grandfather” of the fingers.

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