More Evidence That Humankind Did Not Descend From Only One Pair OF Humans

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#1 Jun 2, 2013
True Evidence

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#2 Sep 20, 2013
The truth is that in the beginning it did initially start with two, one male and one female. After the flood, Noah's 3 sons & their wives populated the earth.
Genesis 9:19. You are partially correct in saying that the whole earth did not desecend from only one pair of humans :).
TheCapedCrusader

Montréal, Canada

#3 Sep 20, 2013
True Evidence wrote:
The truth is that in the beginning it did initially start with two, one male and one female. After the flood, Noah's 3 sons & their wives populated the earth.
Genesis 9:19. You are partially correct in saying that the whole earth did not desecend from only one pair of humans :).
Don't be so silly, we evolved.
Job

Santa Clara, CA

#4 Sep 20, 2013
Here's another interesting article from the same site:

http://news.discovery.com/human/genetics/bigf...
Common Sense

San Diego, CA

#6 Sep 20, 2013
Job wrote:
Here's another interesting article from the same site:
http://news.discovery.com/human/genetics/bigf...

I'm still waiting for you to tell me the approximately age of the young earth you've been posting all over topix..Your refusal to answer shows the insecurity you have on the non-sense you post.
susanblange

Norfolk, VA

#7 Sep 20, 2013
True Evidence wrote:
The truth is that in the beginning it did initially start with two, one male and one female. After the flood, Noah's 3 sons & their wives populated the earth.
Genesis 9:19. You are partially correct in saying that the whole earth did not desecend from only one pair of humans :).
The Garden of Eden story has been proved by the living God as evidenced by its reenactment 30 years ago. As a result of this, Eve became wise and Adam died. Lilith was Adams first wife and mother, but she was God in spirit form. God made Eve as a "help meet" for Adam and to bear him children. All of modern humanity are descended from Adam and Eve.
Punisher

Massapequa, NY

#9 Sep 21, 2013
Job wrote:
Here's another interesting article from the same site:
http://news.discovery.com/human/genetics/bigf...
Uh...interesting...hardly...

"So where's the evidence? Well, there is none. Not yet, anyway: Ketchum's research has not appeared in any peer-reviewed scientific journal, and there's no indication when that might happen. If the data are good and the science is sound, any reputable science journal would jump at the chance to be the first to publish this groundbreaking information. Until then, Ketchum has refused to let anyone else see her evidence."

Exactly how is this same old song and dance "interesting"...?

What is an interesting Q is; Why do people risk their careers, their reputation and even lives on making stuff up ???
Punisher

Massapequa, NY

#10 Sep 21, 2013
susanblange wrote:
<quoted text>The Garden of Eden story has been proved by the living God as evidenced by its reenactment 30 years ago. As a result of this, Eve became wise and Adam died. Lilith was Adams first wife and mother, but she was God in spirit form. God made Eve as a "help meet" for Adam and to bear him children. All of modern humanity are descended from Adam and Eve.
Huh? 30 years ago what happened? Besides me being in my early 20's...?

Help meet? "Help meat" might be appropriate as that's pretty much how those old Jews looked at their women...nothing more'n a repository for their beloved sperm and work-animals the rest of the time...

And the whole Lilith story...weak to say the least...
susanblange

Norfolk, VA

#11 Sep 21, 2013
Punisher wrote:
<quoted text>Huh? 30 years ago what happened? Besides me being in my early 20's...?
Help meet? "Help meat" might be appropriate as that's pretty much how those old Jews looked at their women...nothing more'n a repository for their beloved sperm and work-animals the rest of the time...
And the whole Lilith story...weak to say the least...
The story was reenacted by the Messiah, who played the part of Eve and Adam who was a fraternity brother at ATO. I was also in my early twenties. The Messiah ate the forbidden fruit and cursed Adam who subsequently committed suicide. When the Messiah comes, all of this will be made plain.

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#13 Sep 22, 2013
susanblange wrote:
<quoted text>The story was reenacted by the Messiah, who played the part of Eve and Adam who was a fraternity brother at ATO. I was also in my early twenties. The Messiah ate the forbidden fruit and cursed Adam who subsequently committed suicide. When the Messiah comes, all of this will be made plain.
Are you as Biblically IGNORANT as your posts? Of course you are!!!!

Since: Aug 08

Somewhere in Ireland

#14 Sep 22, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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Are you as Biblically IGNORANT as your posts? Of course you are!!!!
You must feel very comforted to know that you're not the only whacked out fruitcake posting here!

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#15 Sep 22, 2013
Are you as Biblically IGNORANT as your posts? Of course you are!!!!
par five wrote:
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You must feel very comforted to know that you're not the only whacked out fruitcake posting here!
The question was "are you as Bibically IGNORANT as your posts"?
Big Al

Hibbing, MN

#16 Sep 22, 2013
Punisher wrote:
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Uh...interesting...hardly...
"So where's the evidence? Well, there is none. Not yet, anyway: Ketchum's research has not appeared in any peer-reviewed scientific journal, and there's no indication when that might happen. If the data are good and the science is sound, any reputable science journal would jump at the chance to be the first to publish this groundbreaking information. Until then, Ketchum has refused to let anyone else see her evidence."
Exactly how is this same old song and dance "interesting"...?
What is an interesting Q is; Why do people risk their careers, their reputation and even lives on making stuff up ???
A Texas veterinarian is not risking her career by claiming to have determined by DNA evidence that Big Foot is part human she is gaining notoriety for her veterinary business. Job seems to think that any outrageous claim made by any would-be scientist or creationist is, or should be, automatically accepted as valid by the scientific community. Although he was trying to show the website as supporting ridiculous claims as science he inadvertently demonstrated that claimed evidence must go through a rigorous verification process before it can be accepted as being scientifically valid.
Punisher

Massapequa, NY

#17 Sep 22, 2013
Big Al wrote:
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A Texas veterinarian is not risking her career by claiming to have determined by DNA evidence that Big Foot is part human she is gaining notoriety for her veterinary business.

Job seems to think that any outrageous claim made by any would-be scientist or creationist is, or should be, automatically accepted as valid by the scientific community.

Although he was trying to show the website as supporting ridiculous claims as science he inadvertently demonstrated that claimed evidence must go through a rigorous verification process before it can be accepted as being scientifically valid.
Nah, I'm not buying that...how much additional business could she drum up with such a lame marketing plan? 5, 10 more clients...? People gonna drive from out-of-state to visit the Bigfoot vet?(not without a TV show behind her, and maybe that's her goal?)

Personally, being a 3 dog owner I would not go back to my Vet if she did this sort of thing...I'd be suspicious of her, or his as the case may be, ability to do their actual job.

I know why Job posted that other story, as you described...
Punisher

Massapequa, NY

#18 Sep 22, 2013
susanblange wrote:
<quoted text>The story was reenacted by the Messiah, who played the part of Eve and Adam who was a fraternity brother at ATO. I was also in my early twenties. The Messiah ate the forbidden fruit and cursed Adam who subsequently committed suicide. When the Messiah comes, all of this will be made plain.
WTF? Are you on drugs!?

A 30 yo fraternity play is what you base your belief system on?
Job

Santa Clara, CA

#19 Sep 22, 2013
Punisher wrote:
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Uh...interesting...hardly...
"So where's the evidence? Well, there is none. Not yet, anyway: Ketchum's research has not appeared in any peer-reviewed scientific journal, and there's no indication when that might happen. If the data are good and the science is sound, any reputable science journal would jump at the chance to be the first to publish this groundbreaking information. Until then, Ketchum has refused to let anyone else see her evidence."
Exactly how is this same old song and dance "interesting"...?
What is an interesting Q is; Why do people risk their careers, their reputation and even lives on making stuff up ???
I didn't mean "interesting" interesting. I meant 7-11 tabloid "Jay Leno is an alien" interesting.
Job

Santa Clara, CA

#20 Sep 22, 2013
Big Al wrote:
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A Texas veterinarian is not risking her career by claiming to have determined by DNA evidence that Big Foot is part human she is gaining notoriety for her veterinary business. Job seems to think that any outrageous claim made by any would-be scientist or creationist is, or should be, automatically accepted as valid by the scientific community. Although he was trying to show the website as supporting ridiculous claims as science he inadvertently demonstrated that claimed evidence must go through a rigorous verification process before it can be accepted as being scientifically valid.
Not really. This website when including an article on Bigfoot, although suggesting the rigorous verification process still falls into the trap as many science/educational media outlets do. Whether they be periodicals, websites, History channel, Discovery Channel, The SCIENCE channel; they have to give time to Bigfoot, aliens, ghosts, etc., to keep people interested.

What 'is' similar to the main article and the Big Foot article is that neither can claim "proof", just perceived evidence. I don't believe that Big Foot exists in the animal, or half animal/human sense any more than you do. I can't claim however that there is 'no' evidence. Can you claim that there's 'no' evidence?
susanblange

Norfolk, VA

#23 Sep 22, 2013
Punisher wrote:
<quoted text>WTF? Are you on drugs!?
A 30 yo fraternity play is what you base your belief system on?
What happened was the fulfillment of a major biblical prophecy. There is more scripture about this than any other single event in the bible. There were actually three shepherds that committed suicide by hanging. Zechariah 11:8. The whole chapter was fulfilled, along with many others.
Big Al

Hibbing, MN

#24 Sep 22, 2013
Job wrote:
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Not really. This website when including an article on Bigfoot, although suggesting the rigorous verification process still falls into the trap as many science/educational media outlets do. Whether they be periodicals, websites, History channel, Discovery Channel, The SCIENCE channel; they have to give time to Bigfoot, aliens, ghosts, etc., to keep people interested.
What you seem to suggesting is that a website that accurately reports a claim of scientific evidence for the existence of big foot as unverified is the same as a tabloid reporting stories of big foot as if they were real. Nobody is buying that.
Job wrote:
What 'is' similar to the main article and the Big Foot article is that neither can claim "proof", just perceived evidence. I don't believe that Big Foot exists in the animal, or half animal/human sense any more than you do. I can't claim however that there is 'no' evidence. Can you claim that there's 'no' evidence?
Not true. The article about the evidence of earliest African American man was reported to have been published in The American Journal of Human Genetics (a peer reviewed scientific journal) which gives scientific credibility to the evidence. The article about the big foot evidence reported that the evidence had not been seen by anyone but the veterinarian and had not been submitted to a scientic journal. Big difference!
True Evidence

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#25 Sep 23, 2013
TheCapedCrusader wrote:
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Don't be so silly, we evolved.
and what did you evolve from? apes LOL
you may have evolved but I was created and a nice majority would so agree :)

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