The fact we have not found Adam and Eve's remains is your problem, not ours. But yes, genetics points to common ancestry far far earlier than Adam and Eve, whenever the heck they were supposed to exist. So basically if Adam and Eve were just two people amongst thousands or millions of others their impact on science is fairly negligible. It would only be a relevant impact if humanity did indeed spring from this couple and this couple only.<quoted text>
That disproves nothing.
The reference to time is irrelevant; it is power that creates, not time. Time doesnt even really exist in and of itself.
Furthermore, the Bible never stated in what natural historical year man was created.
That is totally superfluous to the argument.
YOU HAVE NOT FOUND THE REMAINS OF ADAM AND EVE SO YOU CANNOT MAKE ANY FINAL CONCLUSIONS ON THE NATURE OF THEIR STRUCTURES.
Furthermore, IF common genes suggest common ancestry, there can be no DNA evidence to prove that we did not arise from 1 couple: because human DNA are comprised of similar genes.
Yeah, you think.
So hey, maybe mitochondrial Eve really did get it on with a guy called Adam.(shrug)