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16-11-2010, 04:25 PM
 
Ape-Men?
Does science disprove evolution?

"For over a century, studies of skulls and teeth have produced unreliable conclusions about man’s origin. a Also, fossil evidence allegedly supporting human evolution is fragmentary and open to other interpretations. Fossil evidence showing the evolution of chimpanzees, supposedly the closest living relative to humans, is nonexistent.b

Stories claiming that fossils of primitive, apelike men have been found are overstated." (Continues)
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16-11-2010, 05:10 PM
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And that entire page ignores the simple fact that the theory of evolution says that we share a common anscestor with todays primates (and every other living thing for that matter). It does not say that we evolved from them.

Ahhh, the blissful ignorance of creationists. It amazes me that they refuse to even learn about what they are claiming to be false, and yet want atheists to fully understand their doctrine, otherwise they claim we are unqualified to discuss it. (They also covieniently ignore the fact that lots of atheists are VERY familiar with religion. Often more so than the religous themselves)

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19-11-2010, 11:27 AM
 
RE: Ape-Men?
wow with the silly pseudoscience.

I believe chromosome 2 in humans would be a relevant point here.

Apes have 24 pairs of chromosomes, humans have 23. on the surface this appears to evidence that we are NOT related but if you look closer at the structures of the chromosomes involved, human chromosome 2 is the result of fusion of two ape chromosomes found not only in chimps but in gorillas and orangs as well. the evidence for this is the structural similarities as well as the appearance of vestigial telomeres and centromeres in chromosome 2 where they should not be.
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25-11-2010, 02:45 PM
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Don't they realize that fossils only happen under very specific circumstances?

Of course we're not going to have a generation by generation account of a species other than modern domestic animals.

Jesus Jumping Christ on a traction engine wearing a kilt and eating a marmite sandwich!!!
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25-11-2010, 03:44 PM
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There are more than five DNA traces of retro viruses that humans share with great apes. Sharing five traces in the same places in the DNA strand is like two people randomly picking the same molecule of water out of all the world oceans.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUxLR9hdo...re=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh7OclPDN_s
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