posted on Jan, 27 2011 @ 10:47 AM
Interesting videos. I don't think anyone mentioned this but there was a chimpanzee that some believed to be a human/chimp hybrid. His name was
Oliver and he would also walk upright and behaved differently and even looked different than others of his kind. It was discovered later, however,
that he was 100% Chimpanzee based on his mitochondrial DNA (Which still leaves the possibility of a human father).
Here's a link to the YouTUBE Video
I do believe hybridization is likely in the human genome. We are the only species with a fused chromosome pair which denotes that our "creators"
had fewer chromosomes than we, thus the need to fuse our 'ape' chromosomes to make fewer so that we may be genetically compatible for hybridization
of the two species.
Anyway, back to the OP... S&F for a thought provoking thread!