reply to post by SplitInfinity
DNA and the mapping of DNA doesn't prove relation anymore than creation does. There is no proof. Now I see exactly where you are assuming. Your
looking at DNA, and based on the fact that there is a lot of similarity, making the assumption they are all related. Relationship and its
understanding first of all you have to realize that it's a man made thing.
We decided what and to what degree we are going to call something related. From the angle of a creationist, you could say that a creator(s) used
recycled parts. Even from that view, it would still appear there is a relation, just not in the way your claiming.
No one anywhere has witnessed a spcecies changing into another species. I know you claim otherwise, but if you go back and review the work you will
see that an assumption was made based on the fact that they stopped breeding with on another, thats not proof. All it means is they stopped breeding
with one another. Again, my neighbor is also no longer to breed and doctors can't tell her why, so it doesn't mean she has evolved.
You have done nothing more than manage to connect a bunch of dots that don't actually connect. There is no proof that a species can change into
another species, just that they stop breeding. I already addressed that with examples of the extreme where you can't depend on relation isolation to
tell you if something is the same species or not.
We have cats and rabbits, two totally different species, are able to breed with one another and make a cabbit.
We have the horse and donkey able to produce a mule.
We have dogs and wolves able to breed.
While these are rare, they are still possible, and it works in the other direction as well. Just because something is not able to breed isn't proof
that its the wrong species.
Evolution is going to have to go back to the drawing board and come up with something thats a little more credible then they aren't breeding
therefore they must be a different species. Those species didn't evolve, they adapted, and there is a big difference.
No one has ever addressed how it is that humans have a rare blood type not found in any other life here. Not even our aleged ancestors have this blood
type. Now the baby always has the fathers blood type, so where did it come from?