No. You have almost everything wrong here.No DF; DNA is proving creationism more each day
No, it most certainly is not. Evolution is not "resurrection of extinct species." Nothing could be further from the truth than your statement here.evolution basically is extinction in reverse
What the hell do you even mean here? It is an utterly nonsensical statement.human DNA as you know is one of the most adaptable...
Do you even know what DNA is???
(forgive my outburst; this is my profession and your trashing it)
False on both counts. We do not share 99% of our DNA with chimps. It's much more like 96%. The 98% figure comes from a time before we could measure DNA, when we had to use blood groups as a proxy. No, I know you don't understand what I'm talking about.It came as something of a surprise when scientists determined that human beings share almost 99 percent of their genetic material with chimpanzees. This led one scientific journalist to refer to humans as "the third chimpanzee."
Second, Jared Diamond is NOT a "scientific journalist." He's a scientist. He does actual research, much of which is centered around PNG.
Yes - all of this occurred through human evolution.Despite all that is held in common, however, the differences are crucial and allow humans to be allotted their own genus and species, Homo sapiens. Human feet have lost their grasping capabilities and clearly reflect the fact that humans are characteristically bipedal while chimpanzees and all of their other relatives are characteristically quadrupedal as well as being more clearly adapted to tree-climbing as part of their normal way of life. Humans also lack the fur coat that all other primates possess, and, relative to body size, human brains are nearly three times as large as those of the apes.
Finally, all human groups are completely dependent on the use of language, without which they could not survive, and there is nothing comparable among their nearest nonhuman kin. The learning of previous generations is passed on by linguistic means, and new insights and experiences by individuals can become the property of the group as a whole when these are verbally transmitted. This clearly is a key to human survival, and it is a uniquely human attribute. That body of verbally transmitted learning and traditions is referred to as culture.
??? Chimpanzees (Pan) are NOT monkeys. We didn't evolve from Pan. We share a common ancestor with them.What makes people think that somehow they evolved from a monkey (apart from the DNA being similar, which they did not know a century ago)?
You must have been told this before. Why are you incapable of learning it?
Sorry, but this is about the most ignorant, most thoughtless question I have yet encountered.And why is it that man(kind) has the ability to take care of the world and the animal and plant life? Why cannot a Chimpanzee, who has been evolving longer than us, apparently, now take care of themselves?
Chimpanzees have not been evolving longer than us - they didn't step out of time and then come back after rushing through time. All species on the planet have evolutionary histories that are equal.
One more time: all species on the planet have evolutionary histories that are equal. Life began 3.9 billion years ago. It has evolved straight up to the present. All extant species come from that initial beginning.
Your questions are ridiculous.We can fly into space.... how far has everything else come in a longer period of time. Much longer seeing as they belief is we evolved from something else? Makes no sense to me at all :)
1. all species on the planet have the same amount of time in their evolutionary past
2. no species is evolving to be like us
3. every species has a unique evolutionary path
Why are creationists so ignorant???