What does this mean?
You've come to the wrong place. I don't know. Maybe I'm not smart enough or perhaps I just don't know enough to draw the correct conclusion here. I do not secretly have a conviction that I know what the truth is. I don't have certainty here and humans prefer certainty, even if it's a lie.
Creationists are all wrong. They're barely in the sweepstakes for understanding, way at the back, primarily they exist to serve as gadflies on the evolutionists, who are the biggest fakes of all for pretending none of this changes the big picture.
Remember when Neanderthal was our ancestor? A few short years ago. Now? Nope, gone, DNA sequencing says he isn't. Well, at least we can keep Cro Magnons in our family tree ... oops. Sorry they are out now too. So where in the hell did Homo Sapiens come from?
We know something happened now 80,000 years ago ... a genetic bottleneck of some sort. But there's more to that story, if you search your instincts they will tell you there is more there. We can only take weak stabs at it and they seem to be getting weaker by the hour. The Toba Supervolcano eruption created a mutant superape in rapid time almost overnight by creating an instant Ice Age overnight. That's an attempt to formulate an idea about this.
Now our branch from the tree of apes suddenly leaps back many millions of years, akin to admitting the truth to be derived from the past ten years of evolutionary theory shocks and catastrophic revisions ...
We don't know what in the hell we are. We don't know why in the hell we are. We are not sure how in the hell we got here or how we appeared in the historical record so instantaneously and why we seemed to become the dominant species overnight. We seem to resemble animals. We share major parts of our genetic code with them. Until we know better, evolutionary theory is all we have. The problem is that cracks are starting to appear now and they are rapidly turning into crevasses over which reason can no longer jump with integrity.
Why are dolphins called the dogs of the sea? Why do they seem to be domesticated animals released back into the wild? Why do we cry saltwater tears like all oceanborne mammals? How come our biological clock appears geared for a 26 hour day when the day has been set to 24 hours for billions of years?
Honestly, just what in the hell are we all? Do we really know?
If you think you know, please tell me.