Posted: Feb 25, 2014 10:53 pm
by questioner121
Bribase wrote:
questioner121 wrote:
bert wrote:Cali spent a while on it and created a picture for you, questioner121.

bert wrote:

No, it doesn't.
Remember vitamin C (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7e0Ic03c ... 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 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbbh1P6DW5I) are the clincher. (Make sure you understand that video).


Did you understand the video? Any comments?

Bert


It's evidence of common design.


Meaning you dont understand the videos.


The vitamin C one. Any reasons why the lack of that trait would dominate a population? Would you not expect some members of the population to retain that trait or maybe for it to return? Shouldn't some of the populations of today have that trait?