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I stand by my use of the word proof. Human chrocmosome 2 and other DNA evidence constitute proof that humans and the other extant great apes descended from a common ancestor as there is no other reasonable interpretation of that evidence.
There is one absurd possibility, however: a trickster god that created man and the apes to appear to have evolved from a common ancestor. Perhaps you are clinging to that.
Incidentally, even that interpretation rules out the Christian god, who is said to want to be known and loved by man, not a deceptive demon misleading them into rejection of the claims made for him. This would be yet another of the disproofs of the Christian god, something you called impossible a few posts back.
God or no god, there are other reasonable explanations for the characteristics of chromosome 2.
Common ancestry is one explanation.
It surprises no one that it is the favorite.
Your statement of "proof" is incorrect.