If you accept the belief that humans and chimps share 98% concordance in DNA, then the difference in nucleotides is 60 million.<quoted text>
Ok my fault - the space in the URL threw me off - my bad
Ok next the figure for the number of mutations to gain intelligence?
Oh since you getting all linky (it is the 21st century after all) if you want to throw one in about how the majority of medics reject evolution that would be peachy.
We can move on to your misuse of the numbers tomorrow
If you accept that humans and chimps diverged from a common ancestor 8 million years ago, then you need 30 million base pair changes during a time period of 8 million years to go from ape to man.
It is estimated that human evolution took place within a population of about 10,000 individuals.
Average human reproduction is three offspring every 20 years.
If one specific mutation occurs every 2 billion births, then you're looking at 1 specific mutation every 133,333 years. That means that you might get a total of 60 mutations during the entire evolutionary time period of 8 million years.
Here's another number to chew on... Sir Ronald Fisher (evolutionist and mathematician) calculated that the average mutation with a selective value of 0.1 would face a 499/500 chance of being extinguished in the first generation.
Also, nearly all mutations are recessive and therefore cannot be perpetuated by natural selection.
Now I realize what you're thinking... That evolution can take one of many pathways.
But the number of pathways is not infinite.
If you imagine one million different pathways to man's intelligence, you're still faced with insurmountable odds against it.