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Like how did they build all those awesome gigantic structures. To believe we are more intelligent than they, well it shows how....well you know.
Originally posted by dragonridr
reply to post by ShiningSabrewolf
Get your hands off me you damn dirty ape! Sorry couldn't resist this just so led into it.It has nothing to do with being evolved from apes the problem becomes it would invalidate the bible.When someone believes something religiously (every pun intended) there is no way they can allow anything to counter there beliefs.
Someone brought up a very good point on another thread and I think it deserves being brought up again. Why would you think humans evolved from our complete opposite?
“Primates” are collectively defined as any gill-less, organic RNA/DNA protein-based, metabolic, metazoic, nucleic, diploid, bilaterally-symmetrical, endothermic, digestive, tryploblast, opisthokont, deuterostome coelemate with a spinal chord and 12 cranial nerves connecting to a limbic system in an enlarged cerebrial cortex with a reduced olfactory region inside a jawed-skull with specialized teeth including canines and premolars, forward-oriented fully-enclosed optical orbits, and a single temporal fenestra, -attached to a vertebrate hind-leg dominant tetrapoidal skeleton with a sacral pelvis, clavical, and wrist & ankle bones; and having lungs, tear ducts, body-wide hair follicles, lactal mammaries, opposable thumbs, and keratinized dermis with chitinous nails on all five digits on all four extremities, in addition to an embryonic development in amniotic fluid, leading to a placental birth and highly social lifestyle.
Humans do not have body hair like a monkey, monkey’s do not have facial or head hair like humans.
Yes if monkey’s evolved into humans then the monkey would not longer be. Why would a creature need to evolve if to only stay in their current state?
If monkey’s evolved then would we not have to assume that all monkeys evolved, why did some evolve and not all?
Animals did not evolve from sea creatures so there is no need to discuss why some still exist.
Evolution is a theory which is defined by an educated guess that is not fact and is not based on any tangible evidence.
Just because I do not believe the same theory as you does not make me uneducated.
No I fully believe in science.
what you think is science
It has nothing to do with being evolved from apes the problem becomes it would invalidate the bible.
A critical assumption used in carbon-14 dating has to do with this ratio. It is assumed that the ratio of 14C to 12C in the atmosphere has always been the same as it is today (1 to 1 trillion).
Therefore, "Eve" could not have been an afterthought to "Adam". "Eve" would have had to have been created first and foremost - with her body being used as the template to be modified for "Adam". Not the other way around.
Slaves, lots and lots of slaves.
The question immediately coming to mind regarding the 46/48 chromosome issue that HAS to be answered is, how?
It's never been seen to occur in any other species, aside from when WE as humans, in a lab, DO it to them. Otherwise, never. What does that tell you? Logically?
The ancestral karyotype of the house mouse (Mus musculus) consists of 40 acrocentric chromosomes, but numerous races exist within the domesticus subspecies characterized by different metacentric chromosomes formed by the joining at the centromere of two acrocentrics. An exemplary case is present on the island of Madeira where six highly divergent chromosomal races have accumulated different combinations of 20 metacentrics in 500-1000 years.
Britton-Davidian collected hundreds of mice from about 40 locations around the island and found six distinct populations. The common brown house mouse of Europe, presumably the ancestor of the Madeira mice, has 40 chromosomes, but the six families of Madeiran mice have between 22 and 30.
The current families of Madeiran mice are not short of genetic material. They have not lost any DNA. What happened is this: over time, some of the chromosomes fused together, packing more DNA into some chromosomes. Each of the six unique populations of mice on Madeira has its own special assembly of fused chromosomes.