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Thread: If evolution was real why are there still great apes?

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    If evolution was real why are there still great apes?

    Evolution doesn't pick out certain members to change, it changes them all.

    If it exists.

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    Great Apes and modern humans' common ancestors are the Australopithecines. Evolutionary theory does not say you can draw a line in the evolutionary chain and say "This organism is 99.999 percent human and. 0001 percent Great Ape, and this next organism is 100% human and 0% Great Ape."

    DNA matches all prove common ancestry. We are all locked into a complex web of heredity, and we have a 99% DNA match with apes. We both have Hippocampus Majors. If you reject macrooevolution, go get a kidney transplant from a pig, a liver transplant from a cow, or any other organ transplant from an ape.
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    Simply put we are not direct descendants of apes. We are a branch off of the tree that apes share.

    Good grief I learned this in 8th grade. You don't need an alledged Phd to understand this.

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    Dumbest question ever.

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    Junior High question from our resident PhD, go figure....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    Junior High question from our resident PhD, go figure....
    Well lets not forget, the resident PhD put this thread under Philosophy and Religion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steezer View Post
    Well lets not forget, the resident PhD put this thread under Philosophy and Religion!
    It's really a God quandary.

    "If evolution were real, then there would be no great apes, therefore God exists."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Evolution doesn't pick out certain members to change, it changes them all.

    If it exists.
    Great apes exist because Noah put them on the boat.

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    And I used to think the 21st century would be a golden age of reason and enlightenment. Instead I got this:



    Fuck me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    Dumbest question ever.
    One of many from our resident "Phd."
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