One of the common genetic arguments used to argue for human-chimp common ancestry is the supposed chromosome 2 fusion event. According to the evolutionists, supposedly the fusion took place after the human-chimpanzee split, but prior to the divergence into Denisovans and Neanderthals. There are, however, a lot of problems with the chromosome 2 fusion model.
For those who are unfamiliar with the term, it is in reference to the fact that life tends to be easily categorized. We have fairly obvious groups; fish, birds, bacteria, mammals and so on. Evolutionists like to tout this as evidence that all organisms arose from a common ancestor. However, there are deep flaws in this idea; flaws we will explore today.
While prokaryotes and eukaryotes share common genetic code in DNA, it is only a slight exaggeration to claim they share … More
Transposable elements can have a wide range of effects on the genome of their host. Many TEs are regarded as … More