You didn't make your point, and you still haven't. Evolution is driven by natural selection forces, which are not random, but rather a consequence of complexity in the universe. Humans filled an evolutionary niche that was available. In that respect, the evolution of intelligence is not at all improbable when compared to any other organism at the higher phylogenic levels. Indeed, evolution of intelligent animals is just one example of the general phenomenon of evolution of complexity in the universe, which does not require any supernatural intervention but which is consistent with universal laws of nature.<quoted text>
You totally missed my point.
The difference is reasoning and intellect.
Adam and Eve had that and the primates don't.
When nature selects a mutation that had randomly occurred it is not unlike a pharmaceutical drug discovery application of combinatorial chemistry, in which huge libraries of compounds are randomly generated and then those which have some advantage are selected.
The process is not random, but the libraries are randomly generated.
I'm sorry, insofar as the biological aspects of the bible are concerned, it flunks science.
"I hope you do know the difference between the Probability of a apelike human and a primate."
That is a coherent remark? What about the difference between the probability of a rat and a salamander? Or a bird and a dinosaur?
"Between the probability of"? RU on drugs?