Posted: Feb 25, 2014 11:07 pm
by Locke
questioner121 wrote:The abundance of data that is used to support common ancestry is based off observations from closely related species. This is then being combined with other sets of data with observations from closely related species to "confirm" common ancestry. The missing data is for one species right through to a very different species, such as from primate to human, reptile to bird, etc is simply not there.


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Two pretty unclose species sharing pretty similar genes. Proof of common ancestry through conservation of genetic trades? Impossible.