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Darwin May Have Been WRONG, New Study Argues

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« Reply #15 on: September 06, 2010, 04:25:21 pm »

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If these are not the ancestors of man, what exactly are they?


they are all mis-identified bones or partial skeletons and are names made up by those who want alternatives to the Bible. since none of those creatures has ever been observed alive at best the identifications are assumptions, conjectures, and wishful thinking.

you cannot determine evolutionary processing by just looking at old bones, there are too many plausible sources for any differences in the skeletons. plus not one of those changes has ever been observed in action to prove it was the process of evolution at work or responsible nor has any of those claimed changes been replicated by secular scientists. artificial experiments do not count for they lack the original conditions that made said claimed evolutionary changes.

now do not give me the old song and dance that 'evolution simply means change'. i have heard far too often and it is a bogus definition meant to distort the fact that evolution cannot be proven true as claimed by darwin or subsequent evolutionary scientists. it is too broad and there is NO time to prove that the changes were from evolutionary activities.

p.s. you have neanderthal listed twice as well as sapiens, erectus and a few others.
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