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We share 98% of our DNA with chimpanzees

 
 
Pamela Rosa
 
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Reply Sat 23 Oct, 2010 03:47 am
@talk72000,
The skin which is covered by hair is harder to see:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y34OqHDwaTc


http://racialreality.blogspot.com/2005/01/africa-wasnt-negroid-until-historic.html
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oolongteasup
 
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Reply Sat 23 Oct, 2010 04:04 am
@talk72000,
you are at the very forefront of evolution
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gator123
 
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Reply Sun 16 Jan, 2011 04:45 pm
this is the most out there view of DNA that i've seen

www.thechaosriders.com
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Pamela Rosa
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 02:33 am
The chasm between the human and chimpanzee genomes: a review of the evolutionary literature
https://www.icr.org/i/pdf/technical/Chasm-Between-Human-Chimp-Genomes.pdf
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Setanta
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 03:05 am
Institute for creation research . . .

Ah-hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha . . .

Suggesting that Pamela Rosa is closely related to chimpanzees would be a gross and gratuitous insult to the chimpanzees.
farmerman
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 06:16 am
@Setanta,
IS there really an Institute building and , Creationist Laboratories?

I wonder what they do there?
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Setanta
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 08:35 am
Make sh*t up and pretend it's real.
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Miller
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 09:53 am
@talk72000,
talk72000 wrote:

It is like the frog slowly heated in a beaker and boiled to death.


Are you for real?
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 10:18 am
Given the chance, chimps share our alcohol and tobacco, too.
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 10:48 am
@edgarblythe,
I also read or heard recently that the chimps ability to open boxes in different ways shows they have the innate abilities to progress in different ways that resembles human knowledge. I remember long ago their ability to eat termites by using a stick and shoving it into the termite nest to get to those termites.

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carloslebaron
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 03:10 pm
Quote:
Just 2% difference in DNA separate man from beast


Is that true?

Hmmm

I heard that a kind of humans called evolutionists share 100% of their DNA with monkeys...
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carloslebaron
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 03:14 pm
Quote:
I also read or heard recently that the chimps ability to open boxes in different ways shows they have the innate abilities to progress in different ways that resembles human knowledge. I remember long ago their ability to eat termites by using a stick and shoving it into the termite nest to get to those termites.


The termites pulling with sticks by monkeys has been clarified already.

It happens that a group of children were playing with little sticks pulling termites and the monkeys high on the trees saw their playing. When the children left the area, the monkeys went down and picked up the sticks and started to imitate what the children did.

Case closed.
edgarblythe
 
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Reply Sun 12 Oct, 2014 03:31 pm
@carloslebaron,
Proving what?
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Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 03:00 am
Anyone who describes chimpanzees as monkeys very likely is less intelligent than either of them. Certainly, such a person is profoundly ignorant.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 03:13 am
@Setanta,
It is technically true that chimps r not monkeys.

Some people express themselves in vague, liberal, loose n general terms
referring to all simians as being "monkeys".
U can argue whether those liberals r smarter than the chimps, Setanta.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 03:40 am
Always hoping to pick a fight. What a sad character you are.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 09:10 am
@Setanta,
Setanta wrote:
Always hoping to pick a fight. What a sad character you are.
Just kidding around with u a little bit, Setanta.
Don t take it seriously. Can we agree that its not worth fighting over?? I think we can.





David
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carloslebaron
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 07:17 pm
While other species like birds build beautiful nests, and elephants can be taught to use art paint brushes so these animals can paint beautiful art pictures, and several other species demonstrate high grade of intelligence when compared to humans... the poor chimpanzees, the poor gorillas, the poor monkeys, all those beasts considered as our brothers or ancestors, they can't even draw designs, they can't build anything by themselves by instinct.

The only thing these apes can do is just to push buttons by repetition and repetition of the same old same old and same old imitation from the instructor, learning sign language to repeat and repeat what the instructor have taught by repetition and repetition of the same old same old and same old instructions... and still can't -after learning such a sign language- ask "how is the weather for tomorrow?" Lol.

Only ignorant dudes are so blind to recognize that the theory of evolution is as false as a 13 dollars bill.



Lets see monkey dancing trying to imitate humans



Is that all?

Oh come one, who cares about 98% shared DNA when those beasts can't be our family unless they can dance these easy dancing steps:



cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 09:08 pm
@carloslebaron,
That monkeys can push buttons is similar to your ability to type, but you do not have much content of facts or evidence that resembles human intelligence.

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carloslebaron
 
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Reply Mon 13 Oct, 2014 09:18 pm
@ cicerone imposter

Quote:
That monkeys can push buttons is similar to your ability to type, but you do not have much content of facts or evidence that resembles human intelligence.


I didn't know that your pushing of buttons was similar to my ability to type.
 

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