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> Evolution and scientific theory : real or myth?, Science versus belief

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Accord2018
post Yesterday, 01:53 PM

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QUOTE(BeastX @ Jun 13 2021, 12:16 PM)
Unlearned as always...

500k years you cannot observed too.... and yet hybridisation happened between H. sapiens and Neanderthal (& Denisovans).... These are just stating facts....
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Fact your head got lar. Where is the empirical evidence for that? Without that, it is just a theory. never learnt. It only becomes a fact if it is observable and testable.

Not your gullible thinking if you put a lion, chimpanzee and a human on the table and concluded they shared the same ancestor. doh.gif

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puchongite
post Yesterday, 05:13 PM

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QUOTE(BeastX @ Jun 13 2021, 12:16 PM)
Unlearned as always...

500k years you cannot observed too.... and yet hybridisation happened between H. sapiens and Neanderthal (& Denisovans).... These are just stating facts.... just as Chimps and Human gametes (5 million years divergence) cannot fuse with attempts done (so far) are also facts...
On a related note: "Having different numbers of chromosomes is not an absolute barrier to hybridization; similar mismatches are relatively common in existing species, a phenomenon known as chromosomal polymorphism...."

source: https://www.pnas.org/content/88/20/9051
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How does chromosomal polymorphism work at helping the species to produce offsprings with different number of chromosomes ? But for human, it is never known to be workable, right ?

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