I thought Humans share over 90% of their DNA with their primate cousins, its the first time somebody tell me we have the same to within 99% DNA chimpanzees and bonobo..!<quoted text>
And I have shown you the observable Cyrtodactylus macrotuberculatus and you dismissed it out of hand. And the fossil record is observable and testable. It really does not matter how you try to obfuscate the facts, the facts still exists
Do you have any observable and testable evidence for this? Do you have palaeomerycidae or climacocerid DNA to prove your point? Note that humans have the same (to within 99%) DNA chimpanzees and bonobo apes.
yesterday a Blue eyed monkey was born in a zoo in your neck of the woods, doesn't that somehow contradicts evolution ?
I always wondered why isn't there any blonde apes ? do you have any answer for that ?
I think you should turn your hobby into a career.<quoted text>
And my point was what has having a degree got to do with my hobby? Actually anyone who watches the stars as a hobby is classed as an astronomer and much astronomical data is provided by such people. In the same way a lot of archaeology depends on amateurs, obviously backed up qualified experts in the field. I am not quite sure if you should have chosen astronomy as your counter here.
Despite the diminutive size there are many similarities to humans and transitional bone structure between earlier and more modern homos
but when you read the Quran in English , you'll only get the general meaning, and if you read that general meaning and try to understand it away from the historical context, commentaries and Sunnah you'll absolutely misunderstand every word in there.<quoted text>
Apology accepted as for the Quran, I state what is written, not what is interpreted because interpretation can be open to interpretation. And to prove this I usually give verse numbers so that no one can accuse me of saying something that is not written.