Research Article

Complex Kinesiological Conundrum Could Microzyman Machinations/Inhibitions
Explain the Relative Tardiness of Initial Infantile Human Locomotion?

Seun Ayoade* Martin Garwicz, Maria Christensson, and Elia Psouni

Alumnus, College of Medicine University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria


Received Date: 20/01/2022; Published Date: 16/02/2022

orresponding author:  Seun Ayoad, Alumnus, College of Medicine University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria

DOI: 10.46718/JBGSR.2022.10.000254

Cite this article: Seun Ayoade* Martin Garwicz, Maria Christensson, and Elia Psouni. Complex Kinesiological Conundrum Could Microzyman Machinations/Inhibitions Explain the Relative Tardiness of Initial Infantile Human Locomotion?.


“The onset of walking is a fundamental milestone in motor development of humans and other mammals, yet little is known about what factors determine its timing. Hoofed animals start walking within hours after birth, rodents and small carnivores require days or weeks, and nonhuman primates take months and humans approximately a year to achieve this locomotor skill”.


We, mankind, are the tardiest living thing in terms of the age we start walking. This is highly embarrassing. It is embarrassing to evolutionists who declare man to be the most biologically advanced and evolved species. It is equally embarrassing to creationists who insist that man was made in the Image of God. If man is the most advanced and evolved animal why do our babies take so long to learn to walk? Why are we, the “peak of God’s creation” carried around by our mothers for a year while the zebras and goats and horses are proudly walking and cavorting just hours after delivery? Creationists have a ready excuse-the fall of man and his expulsion from the Garden of Eden caused man to become genetically degraded [1]. After all, they argue, the first humans Adam and Eve walked and talked the very day they were created. Evolutionists on the other hand put forth other arguments for the very embarrassing ambulatory limitations of Homo sapiens. I hereby refute these arguments viz-Refuting the gestation argument-This argument states that humans are pregnant for 9 months unlike those other animals that are pregnant for shorter periods. However, baby elephants walk hours after birth and the gestation period in elephants is 18 to 22 months! Refuting the Life Span Relativity Argument This argument states that because horses and dogs have shorter life spans than we humans their apparent early walking is not really that early [2]. I refute this argument in the table below by showing at what age human babies would walk if we had the life span of cats and dogs etc table 1.

Refuting the Brain Development Argument

This argument states that all animals start walking when their brains reach a particular stage of development [3]. Then why do humans reach the stage so late if we are the most evolved animal?

Refuting the Bipedal Argument

This argument states that walking on two legs involves much more balance and coordination than walking on all fours and so should take longer. If this argument was true human babies would start crawling hours after birth! Human babies don’t crawl till 4 -7 months! Also studies by Francesco Lacquaniti at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy have shown that despite homo sapiens’ unique gait, the motor patterns controlling walking in other animals are nearly identical to that in man!

Intelligence Argument

This argument claims that since humans are more intelligent than other animals we have to start walking later because we have so many other things to do with our minds apart from walking [4-7]. However, ravens are very intelligent birds yet raven chicks walk and fly at one month old. Monkeys are intelligent and yet start waking at 6 weeks!


The key to cracking this mystery will be to do a comparative study of the cellular dust [8-10] of various animals. This is not likely to happen any time soon however as the mainstream scientific community continues to deny
the existence of the microzymas [11].


  1. Seun Ayoade (2021) Cellular dust animation. Open Acc Res Anatomy 2(4): 1-2.
  2. Seun Ayoade (2018) “A Few more differences between the theories three” ARC Journal of Nursing and Healthcare 4(3): 1-2.
  3. Ayoade S (2019) Introducing S A S S. Int J Biopro Biotechnol Advance 5(1): 180-181.
  4. Study reveals why infants can’t walk (2009) By Jeanna Bryner published December 14.
  5. Why baby animals can walk so much sooner than human infants (2021) The early, shaky baby steps in many mammal’s stem from basic survival skills, while baby humans are prioritizing other biological needs. By Leslie Nemo May 8.
  6. John Staughton (2022) Why does it take a year for human babies to walk, when other animals walk so much sooner?
  7. Humans learn to walk like rats. By Freya Boardman-Pretty.
  8. Are Our Big Brains the Reason Newborns Can’t Walk?
  9. Martin Garwicz, Maria Christensson, Elia Psouni (2009) A unifying model for timing of walking onset in humans and other mammals. PNAS 106 (51): 21889-21893.
  10. Why does a human baby need a full year before starting to walk?
  11. By Julian Huguet (2016) Why can newborn animals walk but we can’t? A baby’s ‘first steps’ are considered a milestone. But why do infants take months to walk when other newborn species can in one day?