Tue 24 Dec, 2013 07:43 pm
Interesting response to the claims of human/hominid interbreeding coming from Max Planck:
anybody who uses Danny Vendramini as any sort of reference knows so little about human anatomy (and that includes Neanderthal) and development that any conclusions he draws is bound to be 99.99 % horseshit at the very leaswt. Your source falls securely in that category. Virtually every point he makes is flat out wrong. Vendramini has been thoroughly discredited on a2k and in the scientific literature. I mean, really, "pre-Adam man"? Totally wack,
Suppose for a moment....
Suppose you had your choice of having your daughter marry
1. A Neanderthal, or
2. A Spanish Hapsburg
Which way would it go? For formerman and a few of the other evolutionites in the audience, Charles would be more likely to believe in evolution....
If Fred is supposed to be Vendramini's version of a Neanderthal, it has been pointed out to you repeatedly why it's nonsense, and how he has ignored the FACTS that the bones of Neanderthals clearly tell him about what Ns REALLY looked like. The same ironclad evidence that your inane cite ignores.
....it has been pointed out to you repeatedly....
I don't really pay much attention to cretins who try to talk down to me.
When you and Vendramini can't even get the location of the Neanderthal foramen magnum right, as anatomy clearly shows us, and the consequences for walking, posture, and cranial capacity, you're the cretin.