Is the smile unique to humans?

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Is the smile unique to humans?

A smile is a smile

When a wolf shows his teeth,.,./\,./\.,.,

.,.,.,..,.He means business
wolf showing teeth - Google Search


When we humans show our teeth, it’s called a smile
human smile - Google Search


Is the difference an evolutionary thing
and once upon a time we smiled for the same reason wolves smile today-?


is a smile universal-? Just asking
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then again
Only humans have
Multi colored eyes
blue, green, brown
https://tinyurl.com/ya98jnhh

& cry
Then again; Maybe it is because we aren't from here


By chance;
do you have any idea why? -
 

Lynx

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"Philosophy is a doggone cereal-box religion
It's a smile on a dog"

~ Eddie Brickell
 

NotmebutHim

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Stranger, that's kinda what I was thinking about.

Also those Denta-Stix commercials.................:cool:
 

Lynx

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Don't some primates smile? I could have sworn they did...

Even if they don't...
Then again; Maybe it is because we aren't from here
vince are you saying we humans are aliens from another planet that colonized this planet? Or are you talking about something else?
 
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Don't some primates smile? I could have sworn they did...

Even if they don't...

vince are you saying we humans are aliens from another planet that colonized this planet? Or are you talking about something else?
Yes I do believe we are the sprouting seeds from aliens who visited this planet a very long time ago. In time we will be doing the same thing on other planets; that is if we do not blow ourselves up first.
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Research a little of Desmond Morris' work for some in-depth information in this area. The Naked Ape is but one of his stellar books.
 
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Yes I do believe we are the sprouting seeds from aliens who visited this planet a very long time ago. In time we will be doing the same thing on other planets; that is if we do not blow ourselves up first.
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There are no aliens or habitable planets. The people feeding you this information are occultist devil worshipers who want you to develop these beliefs. The earth is the center of the universe.

Take some time to look into NASA hoaxes, and look into the occult origins of the globe.
 

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And to think, all this started with an innocent smile... :rolleyes:

I remember a science fiction short story about a guy who had a job tending a really big computer. This guy enjoyed telling jokes, but he started wondering why some jokes always make people laugh and other jokes just make people groan and roll their eyes.

So he fed the big computer a lot of jokes, designating some as laughing and some as groaners, and asked the computer to explain it. The computer chewed on the problem for only a minute, then spat out, "Logically humor must be something imposed on humans by extra-terrestrials, as a tool to study human reactions and interactions."

The guy immediately felt something vanish from his mind. He said he couldn't for the life of him think of a single joke, and if he heard one he couldn't imagine it being funny. Now that humans knew what it was, the aliens had removed humor.
 
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Lynx

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Yes I do believe we are the sprouting seeds from aliens who visited this planet a very long time ago. In time we will be doing the same thing on other planets; that is if we do not blow ourselves up first.
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Or... maybe because we have these things we call souls, and animals don't? That's what the Bible says anyway...

Perhaps being amused by something is part of the whole "made in God's own image" thing. It's fairly evident God has a sense of humor. Just look at the duck-billed platypus.
 

Prov910

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God smile on you and gift you, (Numbers 6:25) :)
 

Magenta

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Or... maybe because we have these things we call souls,
and animals don't? That's what the Bible says anyway...
The same breath of life that animates humans also animates animals. When God breathed this breath of life (pnuema) into Adam, he became a living soul with aspects of sentience shared by animal and human alike (nephesh).

Animals, however, are not said to be made in the image of God as humans are :)
 

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There are no aliens or habitable planets. The people feeding you this information are occultist devil worshipers who want you to develop these beliefs. The earth is the center of the universe.

Take some time to look into NASA hoaxes, and look into the occult origins of the globe.
Why not just point him to Jesus instead of conspiracies?
 
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Why not just point him to Jesus instead of conspiracies?
Pointing someone to Jesus who already claims to have Jesus, combined with the fact that many people that have Jesus have his beliefs because on the surface they do not seem incompatible, combined with people taking interpretative liberties with scripture, makes me think I should try a different approach than repeating something general like that he may be insulted by as I am judging him to not have enough faith.

He is already using his time to look into seeds of the earth and alien conspiracies, so I'm trying to redirect that into some conspiracies that support a biblical interpretation of our universe.



Those scripture that debunk aliens seeding the earth, I'm sure he's read genesis already or is aware of the account. He's already rejected that, I'm trying something he may be unaware of. If I thought posting the creation story would help here that would be my first choice I promise.


The conspiracies are what I needed before I could realize my rejection of scripture was wrong. I'm using personal experience and an approach that he may not heard of and rejected yet. Conspiracies are not superior to the truth or Christ, but people sometimes are not ready to accept either of those.


Why don't you try that approach instead of telling me to? With my limited understanding all I could do is post creation and tell him it's not compatible with his theory, something that fails against evolution and big bang when figurative or inaccurate interpretations are made.
 

hornetguy

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There are no aliens or habitable planets. The people feeding you this information are occultist devil worshipers who want you to develop these beliefs. The earth is the center of the universe.

Take some time to look into NASA hoaxes, and look into the occult origins of the globe.
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ahhhhhhhh..... I feel better..... I needed that.
 

hornetguy

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Regarding the OP's question.....

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Who are we to say what they do behind our backs?

Just sayin......
 
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ahhhhhhhh..... I feel better..... I needed that.
I cry that you look at cartoon photos of planets and believe life exists outside of earth. Hopefully OP isn't a lost cause yet, as he's still young and not displaying confident ignorance.
 

NoNameMcgee

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did anyone else notice toooldtocare made this exact same post word for word already?
 
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did anyone else notice toooldtocare made this exact same post word for word already?
The plot thickens:

Is the smile unique to humans? | US Message Board - Political Discussion Forum

https://www.christianforums.com/threads/is-the-smile-a-manmade-phenomenon.8036682/

https://www.christianforums.com/threads/when-a-wolf-shows-his-teeth.8005283/

And here's OP on same site as one of his previous alias:

https://www.christianforums.com/threads/is-the-smile-unique-to-humans.8044335/

These 4 characters are from texas, and ages are 22, 61, 68 (most likely 68 it appears twice)


OP is fascinated with relating this topic to evolutionary and whatever other false agenda every couple months. Good detective work remembering this from a year ago.



Animals resemble humans biologically because life functions similarly in God's creation, a fact satan has used to deceive many into believing man came from animal, rather than both coming from God.













If you are 68, don't pretend to be 22, lying isn't becoming of Christians.....and it's creepy.
 

joefizz

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The plot thickens:

Is the smile unique to humans? | US Message Board - Political Discussion Forum

https://www.christianforums.com/threads/is-the-smile-a-manmade-phenomenon.8036682/

https://www.christianforums.com/threads/when-a-wolf-shows-his-teeth.8005283/

And here's OP on same site as one of his previous alias:

https://www.christianforums.com/threads/is-the-smile-unique-to-humans.8044335/

These 4 characters are from texas, and ages are 22, 61, 68 (most likely 68 it appears twice)


OP is fascinated with relating this topic to evolutionary and whatever other false agenda every couple months. Good detective work remembering this from a year ago.



Animals resemble humans biologically because life functions similarly in God's creation, a fact satan has used to deceive many into believing man came from animal, rather than both coming from God.













If you are 68, don't pretend to be 22, lying isn't becoming of Christians.....and it's creepy.
Yep lying especially to God is bad,some people lie to look good but that is a waste because you have to tell the truth sometime,might as well strive to be honest all the time.