Creationist- What is your explanation of Neanderthals if not evolution?
Please except my apologies. I should not be commenting on this poll. I am not a creationist. I just think evolution is a theory.
Aliens genetic manipulation for a slave species. (52% serious)
Something we have in common, the hope that aliens are involved! Love it!
So then why do you think they've never returned to be our swiggely overlords?
Lol. Maybe they had us mine for them and we mined all that they needed?
I've entertain that thought before, but you would think we would see the remains of the mining operations. I must admit its fun for my sci fi side to ponder though.
It IS pretty neat to think about.
Processing: I took that DNA test for genealogy & medical traits. It's pretty wild. The genes are in common w/ Neanderthal & what region. But Neanderthal never became human.
Never said that they became human, just that there's evidence of interbreeding between humans and Neanderthals.
What did Neanderthals evolve into?
I meant, us.
Nothing they went extinct, though they did interbreed with us. Interesting study came out a few weeks ago saying most abnormal genes we have trace back to Neanderthals.
What's the missing link?
That connects humans to current primates? The earliest common ancestor most people agree is a small skeleton of the first bipedal primate named Lucy.
The term missing link refers to any transitional fossils found. Lucy is an extinct ape.
My dog is more human than a Neanderthal
You do understand there isn't a missing link but instead the earliest common ancestor. You wont find something the links us to and apes. You can find where our lines split. Also no your dog isn't closer to humans than Neanderthals.
Rev A. It had some real problems. Rev B was a significant upgrade at the time.
Yeah. Who'da thought everything from A was crap except the rib?!
Mighty good ribs.
Variation of humans.
So you believe there was a split from the original Adam and Eve thay created us and Neanderthal, am I understanding correctly?
No. I believe it to be a variation more along the lines of Asians, Europeans, and Africans. We are all humans, but we have adapted to different environments and therefore show obvious variations.
You do understand most people agree Neanderthals are not humans, there is some debate though.
Most educated people do not believe Creationism to be a legitimate theory either. Remember that. Creation and Evolution as theories of origin have two radically differing viewpoints on almost every single piece of evidence.
I do understand that which is why I directed it to people who held the creationism view point. But claiming they were only a different race is false. There is only one Human species and Neanderthals don't fall into that category.