I'm sure you wish it was irrelevant gibberish, however it isn't. The Neanderthal genome was sequenced a few years ago and it was sufficiently different from humans that they were called non-human.<quoted text>Been there, refuted it. NEXT!!<quoted text>Neanderthals were human, so your claim is no big deal. No different that a oriental person mating with a Indian. They are still producing humans. That doesn't support human from non-human evolution. It is just irrelevant gibberish.
Over the past 15 years, Svante Pääbo, a geneticist at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, and his colleagues have uncovered an entirely new source of evidence about the nature of Neanderthals: their DNA. Starting with those fossils from the Neander Valley, they extracted bits of genetic material that had survived tens of thousands of years. Eventually, they were able to assemble the fragments into the entire Neanderthal genome.
It's clearly different from the genome of any human alive today, sprinkled with many distinctive mutations. These mutations accumulated in a clock-like way, and by tallying them up, Pääbo and his colleagues estimate that Neanderthals and humans share a common ancestor that lived 800,000 years ago. It's possible that the ancestors of Neanderthals expanded out of Africa then, while our own ancestors stayed behind.
Sorry guy, but the evidence is really mounting up from lots of different science sources.
Genesis and Exodus and most of Joshua are toast, and now we know that humans DID evolve from the great ape line.
But, of course you creationists will just ignore this and go on being the way they are....backwards.