The picture below shows an example of a Gorilla.
Gorillas are known for having extreme physical strength. What is the source of that strength? The most common assumption would be that Gorillas must have lots of muscles or big muscles. That answer is accurate as far as it goes, but according to Happeh Theory there is something else that is responsible for the extreme strength displayed by Gorillas.
The example picture contains at least one clue to the source of a Gorilla’s strength according to Happeh Theory. The curious or those with a sense of independence might want to examine the example picture to see if they can determine what that clue might be on their own.
The clue the author has in mind is the fact that Gorillas “knuckle walk”, or walk on the knuckles of their hands.
The next picture shows a closeup of the knuckles walking on the ground. An arrow points at each of the knuckles to highlight their location.
The next picture is an unadulterated close up of the knuckles so the lower arm and knuckles can be seen more clearly.
Why don’t Gorillas walk with their hands flat on the ground? Most other animals walk with their feet flat on the ground. Why would a Gorilla walk on it’s knuckles? If you try to support your body on your knuckles, the discomfort that is felt will lead most people who try that experiment to believe knuckle walking must be very painful.
There must be a reason Gorillas walk on their knuckles. What could it be?
According to Happeh Theory, Gorillas walk on their knuckles because it is more comfortable for them. The changes within their body that are responsible for the strength Gorillas are known for, make it more comfortable for a Gorilla to walk on their knuckles instead of on the bottom of the hand.
What kind of changes could have occurred to the body of a Gorilla that would make it more comfortable for a Gorilla to knuckle walk?
Please keep that question in mind while perusing the next few pictures.
Each picture shows a Human Being in a knuckle walking stance like the Gorillas, and each Human Being has a very strong looking body as can be seen in the following comparison pictures.
What is the significance of the example Human Beings looking like a Gorilla?
The Gorilla looks like it does naturally. The Gorilla is naturally big and it naturally walks on its knuckles.
The look of the Human Being is not natural. The human being has done something to make his body look like the Gorilla’s body.
It would be reasonable to assume that hunching down like a Gorilla,
extending the arms down from the shoulders towards the ground like a Gorilla does,
and bending the fingers into the palms so the knuckles point down towards the ground like a knuckle walking Gorilla’s do,
is part of the method the Human Being used to make his body like a Gorilla’s.