If Darwin was correct in his assesment of the development of life, why do humans need clothes?
[4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 6
Because clothing is like religion. It's something society forces on people from birth, to the point that they never really question why they have it, and become offended at people who display too little of it.
11/24/2006 4:44:44 AM
Human clothing is readily changeable, much better than having to rely on a coat of fur that may be too much or too little covering for comfort. It makes it much easier for us to regulate our body temperatures quickly in response to changing climatic conditions, increasing or decreasing insulation as needed. Our adaptation of intelligence makes clothing possible, and our adaptation of light body hair makes clothing necessary but, in most respects, highly superior to most types of fur.
11/24/2006 5:39:57 AM
We need clothes for protection from the elements, insects and the environment.
If we weren't going to eat the apple, why were we designed to need clothes?
11/24/2006 5:44:13 AM
Jim, Why doesn't a lizard from the Sonoran Desert migrate to a mountain top in Alaska?
3/4/2007 8:11:13 PM
I was cold, sorry.
3/4/2007 8:59:25 PM
'Cause it's cold outside, damnit, and I live in Canada.
3/4/2007 10:28:43 PM
to cover up the naughty bits of nature.
3/4/2007 10:35:20 PM
To paraphrase George Sanders: \"He has a point. Too bad it's an idiotic point.\"
3/5/2007 1:25:20 AM
Person who's too cowardly to even have a screenname: It was answered in the first two posts. I advise taking remedial English classes, as you apparently have no reading comprehension skills.
3/5/2007 8:35:31 AM
We don't need clothes. I'm quite happy to wander around naked most of the time.
3/5/2007 10:48:02 AM
haha, somebody blows another hole in evolution big enough to drive a truck through, and you don't have any answer for that one, do you? haha.
First we lost our hair, then we got smart, then we got cold, then we made clothes.
Why Humans and Their Fur Parted Ways
3/5/2007 11:53:15 AM
In the equatorial regions where they originated, they generally don't.
3/5/2007 12:22:37 PM
I thought the Bible said it was because Eve sinned. Don't fundies usually use the Bible to explain everything?
3/5/2007 12:40:41 PM
Man Called True
\"No, Barry. We wear clothes in order to keep warm... and to avoid getting arrested.\"
Maurice Chavez comes through once again.
3/5/2007 1:05:50 PM
Because humans developed brains that allowed them to figure out how to stay warm in different climates. Most animals can't leave the climates they're adapted to.
3/5/2007 1:07:12 PM
Well, for one thing, some people look a lot better clothed than naked!
3/24/2008 8:02:30 PM
Hmm, good point.
*Runs around naked*
WHEEE! I'M FREE!
3/25/2008 6:19:09 AM
Have you ever seen snow?
3/27/2008 5:30:31 AM
What do clothes have to do with his "assesment"?
3/27/2008 5:34:08 AM
Alot of reasons, weather, elements, insects, religion, society, etc...
3/27/2008 5:45:40 AM
here's your answer.
NOT WORK SAFE.
3/27/2008 8:51:15 AM
It started because it was cold outside, then religion and society came in and forced it on everyone.
I hate to generlize, but christians ask some of the dumbest questions.
3/31/2008 8:23:35 PM
Humans need clothes because some people don't shave their naughty bits and no one wants to see that.
3/31/2008 8:37:03 PM
L--Maybe there should be a branch of this site called "Fundies Say the Dumbest Shit".
3/31/2008 8:38:07 PM
Because it's cold.
4/1/2008 12:50:42 AM