Life: Human development and theology

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This is the beginning of my personal take on human development and humans in general really, it's not written by a thriving star nor powerful figure but simply me :) it will be finished in due course, however i do have a habit of not finishing things! :)

Submitted: August 16, 2012

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Life: Human development and theology

The theory of life, development and mainly its effects on wealth in later life has been very controversial and thoroughly observed throughout history. It is, however a matter of opinion as with anything that cannot be scientifically proven. We are all plonked upon the earth by whatever means we wish to believe in and some may say that as long as we fulfil our lives with joy, the reasons simply do not matter. Yet still, human development is an important understanding to obtain through general observation even just for a pastime! Below I give my own, personal understanding of the vital stages in human development and of what they involve;

Stage 1: Development of sperm and ova;

This process occurs when a female begins her menstrual cycle during puberty. Menstrual cycle is just a fancy, glorified term to describe the most annoying and sometimes excruciatingly painful experience that each female is unfortunately subject to upon a monthly basis for the rest of her life! Anyhow, during this stage the genetic data and DNA from the female is placed within each ova or egg randomly, this is where the ova pick up their traits , usually about half of their looks.

A similar process is experienced within the male, who will begin puberty and start to have what we all know of as ‘wet dreams’ and random erections here and there. It is during puberty that his brain is suddenly injected with the instinct that he needs to mount every female with large breasts that walks within two feet of him. The sperm have been brewing in his testes and picking up about half of his traits, genetic data and DNA, usually about half of his looks!

At this time let us take one sperm from our example fine specimen of a man of whom I shall call Harry and let us take one ova from our example fine specimen of a woman of whom I shall call Leila. Let us assume that the sperm has half of Harry’s stronger genes and half of Leila’s. Harry loves rugby, Leila loves singing, so let us also assume that the sperm cell loves rugby and the egg cell doesn’t mind singing. This is because neither sperm cells nor egg cells will pick up an exact replica of their parent’s hobby’s or looks unless it was an extremely rare case.

Harry and Leila have a one night stand in the toilets of a bustling London club and drunkenly manage to save each other’s numbers but don’t really want to face the embarrassment of meeting up again. However, a month has passed and Leila is two weeks late, so she grabs a pregnancy test and low and behold… oh shit, she’s pregnant.  Harry’s little spermy won the race and just so happened to protrude our example ova of Leila’s, this means that the 25 percent of the baby’s traits are inserted into the baby from both mummy and daddy!

Now the looks of the child are planned but there’s only a 50 percent of the child’s traits in the process of formation. The poor thing must learn the rest from the world!

In my view, a child is not born with intelligence, merely born with in some cases the dedication or attention span of one of its parents. So if its attention span sucks, the kids probably not so intelligent!


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