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Where do humans come from This question has been asked for many years and there is still no answer yet There are a lot of divergent views of human origin especially between scientific and religious people These divergent views cant be reconciled and there is no need to do so Also there is no possible compromise for these views That because the religious and scientific people are looking to the situation in different way answering the question differently depend on their view and depending on different materials to support their view so they will never agree with each other In my essay I will contrast the divergent view between Galileo reading Letter to the Grand Duchess which persuade us not believing any theories because we didnt experiment it which mean that we can not belief any theory about human origin and Hazen and a Trefil reading Evolution who are beliefs in the evolution theories because it has a lot of evidence that supported like fossil cells a nd molecules And Evolution is the topic that Im going to focus on it in my writing Galileo view is that people must not belief everything even if it has a lot of fact and reasoning to belief and they must belief what they experiment by themselves and he gave an example in social live about that which is just as several horses can haul more sacks of grain than one can But reasoning is like racing and not like hauling and a single Arabian steed can outrun a hundred plow horses So from what Galileo said we understand that we can belief what theories says about human origin because we didnt see it by ourselves and we didnt experiment it even if there are a lot of evidences but we can not prove it Also some times the scientists themselves see that their own observation and proofs are wrong Galileo writes to command that the very professors
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