Posted: Feb 25, 2014 8:15 pm
by bert
Cali spent a while on it and created a picture for you, questioner121.

bert wrote:
questioner121 wrote:An alternative to common ancestry is common design. This fits the observations and data far better.

No, it doesn't.
Remember vitamin C ( ... re=related)? The designer would have put the faulty gene (with the chunk missing) in gorilla's, chimps and humans. Doesn't demonstrate much intelligence.

The ERVs ( are the clincher. (Make sure you understand that video).

Did you understand the video? Any comments?