Thursday, March 16, 2017

A basic fact of science that makes uneducated morons cry: People are apes. The dead Magic Jeebus Man was an ape. Christian retards worship a dead ape. Then of course we have the world's largest terrorist organization, Islam. There are virtually zero Muslim scum who understand this basic fact of science. Mohammed (aka pervert) was an ape.

"Geneticists have come up with a variety of ways of calculating the percentages, which give different impressions about how similar chimpanzees and humans are. The 1.2% chimp-human distinction, for example, involves a measurement of only substitutions in the base building blocks of those genes that chimpanzees and humans share. A comparison of the entire genome, however, indicates that segments of DNA have also been deleted, duplicated over and over, or inserted from one part of the genome into another. When these differences are counted, there is an additional 4 to 5% distinction between the human and chimpanzee genomes."
"No matter how the calculation is done, the big point still holds: humans, chimpanzees, and bonobos are more closely related to one another than either is to gorillas or any other primate. From the perspective of this powerful test of biological kinship, humans are not only related to the great apes – we are one. The DNA evidence leaves us with one of the greatest surprises in biology: the wall between human, on the one hand, and ape or animal, on the other, has been breached. The human evolutionary tree is embedded within the great apes."
Take your complaints to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

  • The family Hominidae (hominids), the great apes, includes orangutansgorillaschimpanzees, and humans.[1][a][2][3] There are seven extant species of great apes: two in the orangutans (genus Pongo), two in the gorillas (genus Gorilla), two in the chimpanzees (genus Pan), and a single extant species, Homo sapiens, of modern humans (genus Homo).[4][5]

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