Numbers? What does that have to do with your silly statements? Let's roll the tape back. You said...<quoted text>
Do you have any evidence that individuals without wisdom teeth are more likely to reproduce than those with wisdom teeth? You're telling me that this is evolution in progress. Let's see the numbers.
Then you went on to say...Why hasn't natural selection removed all wisdom teeth millions of years ago.
So it would appear that wisdom teeth may, indeed, be disappearing. Your pulled-out-of-your-ass number of 'millions of years ago' means absolutely nothing. Evolution is happening today. It will continue to happen tomorrow.20% of the population has congenital absence of one of more wisdom teeth.
BTW, you also said...
So if you are correct here (as farfetched as that may seem) then you have already agreed that individuals without wisdom teeth are more likely to reproduce.They are a detriment to survival.