Found : Humans and Neanderthals Might Have Interbred As modern humans spread across Europe tens of thousands of years ago, they may have interbred with Neanderthals, creating hybrids, according to a new study of ancient human bones from Romania. Anthropologists have long wondered what happened when the two species met as modern humans spread from…

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Found : Intelligent Design and Irreducible Complexity Intelligent design is a science perspective which infers that natural laws and chance alone are not adequate to explain all natural phenomena. Intelligent design is closely synonymous to creation science. It may only be distinguished by the fact that it makes no claims about who the creator was,…

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Found : Intelligent Design Flaws Human design flaws 1. Female pelvis too small for the human baby's head making birth difficult and prone to perinatal injuries to the baby. 2. Retinal arteries/veins lying on and in front of the retina of the eyes. Many causes of blindness come from this defective design. 3. Wisdom teeth…

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Found : Man descended from early aardvark EVERY mammal, including Man, is descended from a creature that was genetically similar to the modern aardvark, scientists have found. The last common ancestor of the placental mammals lived about 100 million years ago and had a genetic profile that is closer to that of the African anteater…

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