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Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?

 
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
Do you live in Baltimore?
Do your relatives?
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
I contend, to their detriment, that apes were fashioned after Michelle Obama. What? You thought I meant the face? Look at those triceps and thighs, silly! Well, and the face.

Proof of the apes evolution? That THESE creatures are docile and at peace with themselves and other creatures.

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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
I was somewhat remiss in my assessment of Michelle. Upon further reflection, that puss more closely resembles the look on the face of the "Walter" doll Jeff Dunham is sporting. I'm ashamed I was so callous as to compare the apes, who are rather easy to adore, to Michelle.
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
You can't deny that some people look like apes. The hair, the nose, mainly the face. That is pure fact and hard to deny. Why can't people just accept the truth and move on...

Oh and if you don't believe yet then go on google and search "people who look like apes" and you'll see what I mean.
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to rely on a single theory to explain everything is something a stupid human would do, yes.
I can say what I want to,
even if I'm not serious.
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
Actually newest research shows that all "white" race types have 4-5% of Neanderthal genetics in us only "black" are pure Homosapiens rest is crossbreed.

And if you look at our crossbreeding now in the globalisation age, we move to a more common Human form wich possess all kind of characteristics like black white asien all in one, in like 1000 years from now humans might look completly diffrent from the skin tone, and may have a more average body of all the current forms.

If you look at the average body size and livespan of Humans 2000 years ago in the roman empire as example most people where like 1.50m tall not like the average white male is now 1.80m tall.

SO actually evolution works pretty quick in another 1000 years we might look completly diffrent then now.

And most people ask why there are no sabertooths anymore or mammoths, it actually is directly linked to mankinds success most of the last iceage species where extinced by humans, via. hunting or struggle for food ressources.

If you look at the food we eat now allmost non of our food plants existed 5000 years ago, allmost everything we eat is human made we breed the strongest crops to feed us and that explains our success, there is no such thing like natural food cause everything we eat is breed by us.
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Shows the power of the human brain. Do you have a linky dink for the Neanderthal studies? I didn't think humans and neanderthals could cross breed.
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[link to news.discovery.com]

1st google output.

Search for Dresden Neanderthal Genetics.

There was a research on Dresden University it may spout out more stuff.
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
It always baffles me how atheists are more militant than even the most fundamentalist christians.
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
Actually newest research shows that all "white" race types have 4-5% of Neanderthal genetics in us only "black" are pure Homosapiens rest is crossbreed.

And if you look at our crossbreeding now in the globalisation age, we move to a more common Human form wich possess all kind of characteristics like black white asien all in one, in like 1000 years from now humans might look completly diffrent from the skin tone, and may have a more average body of all the current forms.

If you look at the average body size and livespan of Humans 2000 years ago in the roman empire as example most people where like 1.50m tall not like the average white male is now 1.80m tall.

SO actually evolution works pretty quick in another 1000 years we might look completly diffrent then now.

And most people ask why there are no sabertooths anymore or mammoths, it actually is directly linked to mankinds success most of the last iceage species where extinced by humans, via. hunting or struggle for food ressources.

If you look at the food we eat now allmost non of our food plants existed 5000 years ago, allmost everything we eat is human made we breed the strongest crops to feed us and that explains our success, there is no such thing like natural food cause everything we eat is breed by us.
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Shows the power of the human brain. Do you have a linky dink for the Neanderthal studies? I didn't think humans and neanderthals could cross breed.
 Quoting: AllGunsBlazing


[link to news.discovery.com]

1st google output.

Search for Dresden Neanderthal Genetics.

There was a research on Dresden University it may spout out more stuff.
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Cool, thanks. I'll bookmark it for later.
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
Actually newest research shows that all "white" race types have 4-5% of Neanderthal genetics in us only "black" are pure Homosapiens rest is crossbreed.

And if you look at our crossbreeding now in the globalisation age, we move to a more common Human form wich possess all kind of characteristics like black white asien all in one, in like 1000 years from now humans might look completly diffrent from the skin tone, and may have a more average body of all the current forms.

If you look at the average body size and livespan of Humans 2000 years ago in the roman empire as example most people where like 1.50m tall not like the average white male is now 1.80m tall.

SO actually evolution works pretty quick in another 1000 years we might look completly diffrent then now.

And most people ask why there are no sabertooths anymore or mammoths, it actually is directly linked to mankinds success most of the last iceage species where extinced by humans, via. hunting or struggle for food ressources.

If you look at the food we eat now allmost non of our food plants existed 5000 years ago, allmost everything we eat is human made we breed the strongest crops to feed us and that explains our success, there is no such thing like natural food cause everything we eat is breed by us.
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Shows the power of the human brain. Do you have a linky dink for the Neanderthal studies? I didn't think humans and neanderthals could cross breed.
 Quoting: AllGunsBlazing


[link to news.discovery.com]

1st google output.

Search for Dresden Neanderthal Genetics.

There was a research on Dresden University it may spout out more stuff.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28965850


Cool, thanks. I'll bookmark it for later.
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Wonder why those threads get burried so quick once ppl witch common scence show up, and you are welcome.

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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
To the Australian bloke 8449454

Sorry ,I have not yet taught myself to cut and paste so will have to give it a go, over christmas break might be a good time when all the shops are closed.

There is info on Gabo Ted Thomas, if you google his name there is wike info and other items. I lived at Moruya for a bit and that was his country where his grandparents lived. He was a guardian for the east coast of Aus from Gippsland up to southern Qld and travelled to the sacred place on a regular basis.
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Re: Humans kind of look like apes, isn't that enough proof of evolution?
Did plants evolve too? Did they just happen to evolve into nutritional suppliers for what human needs for life? Or did humans evolve last and decide they could get potassium for from say bananas. What was the bridge from the nutrients provided from plants to the needs for them by the body. Why don't we just evolve enough we no longer have to worry about scurvy and just eliminate the need for vitamin C? Which came first stomach acid or teeth or a mouth or a stomach for that matter?
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You're not appreciating the vast expanse of time that evolution requires. The plants and animals would have evolved to fit each other together over time. It's not a "which came first" process, and flowers, especially orchids, would be a perfect example if you'd like to read more about it.

Things don't just happen suddenly like a adaptation to survive without vitamin C. It would gradually decrease very slowly over time, much like a mole's blindness. There was no use for its eyes, so it no longer became something advantageous to survival therefore natural selection would not favor any kind of eyesight. The same can be said for the human third eye lid. When species adapt over time to favor certain organs or processes, the materials aren't added to the overall, they're used in different spots. Like the materials that build the muscles we once used for our third eyelid or a mole's eyes are gradually diminished over time to favor other more useful traits.

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