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If people evolved from apes why are there still apes?

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« Reply #15 on: September 10, 2008, 10:57:02 pm »

''Humans have learned to speak, create a language, civilzation and cities.  Dinosaurs weren't able to do that. Humans have proven to be surprisingly adaptable.''

My position tells me humans had no choice in the matter on adaptability; dinosaurs are unrelated to how humans overcame their environment.

I disagree. Humans have been born with many gifts, true, they (we) are products of our envirnoment, yet we also have learned how to thrive in our environment.  Other creatures have sophisticated existences, too, and capable of organization - birds, ants, household pets, even, but humans have developed a culture that goes beyiond the need of mere survival.  The arts, literature and the sciences, for instance, yet have little to  do with human survival.

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