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gandalf the white:
god creates what he wills, he can create a bird that has 90% ape dna

nivera79:

--- Quote from: There is only one God on December 18, 2012, 09:47:41 AM --- 4.1 . O mankind! Be careful of your duty to your Lord Who created you from a single soul and from it created its mate and from them has spread a multitude of men and women.
Pf.. evo-illusionist propaganda. Why do we have to match our religion with this evo-illusionist pseudoscience? "a single soul" refers to Adam. Yes, we have a common ancestor: his name is Adam.

And common genetic information:

25:54 . And it is He who has created from water a human being and made him [a relative by] lineage and marriage. And ever is your Lord competent [concerning creation].
I think this means that we are made 65% of water.

Another translation is "gave relations by blood and marriage" this of course refers to common genetic information, which goes back to the first human, Adam.

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nivera79:

--- Quote from: gandalf the white on April 21, 2014, 04:25:12 PM ---god creates what he wills, he can create a bird that has 90% ape dna

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You are 100% right, mice share more DNA with us than apes.

Mahir Adnan:
Neanderthals are human!


I believe that, hazarat Adam (a.s.) walked on earth about 400000-500000 years ago.

BAD IMAGE,
Ian Tattersall, Head Dep. of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, “But quite as important as new Neatherthal finds in the 50’s was the recognition,
finally, that the stooped-shoulder, bent-kneed, stereotype of these humans created by Marcellin Boule was totally false.” The Fossil Trail, 1995, p.101

EVOLUTION OR VARIATION?
 "...a Neanderthaler is a model of evolutionary refinement. Put him in a Brooks Brothers suit and send him down to the supermarket for some groceries and
he might pass completely unnoticed. He might run a little shorter than the clerk serving him but he would not necessarily be the shortest man in the place. He might be heavier-featured,
squattier and more muscular than most, but again he might be no more so than the porter handling the beer cases back in the stock room." EVOLUTION, Time-Life Nature Library.

REHABILITATED
, Richard Leakey “…to refer to someone as ‘Neandertal’ was and still is to some extent, an intended insult. Rehabilitation, however, began in the mid-50s when two
anatomists, William Straus and A.J.E. Cave, undertook a second reconstruction …a body which, though somewhat stocky, was essentially like modern man’s. …The brain is slightly larger
than that of modern humans… The Neandertals average height was around 1.67 meters (5 feet 8 inches). …is unquestionably Homo sapiens. …The arrangement of flowers was not
random: they were carefully placed around the body… A concern for the fate of the human soul…ritual burial, they speak clearly of a deep feeling for the spiritual quality of life...”Making
Of Mankind, 1981 p.148, 153

LARGER BRAIN,
 William Howells, Harvard, “The Neanderthal brain was most positively and definitely not smaller than our own; indeed, and this is a rather bitter pill, it appears to
have been perhaps a little larger.” ,  “averaging 1400 cc,” Europeans about 1200 cc, MANKIND SO FAR, p.165

“FULLY HUMAN,”
Mat Cartmill, Duke U., President, Amererican Association of Physical Anthropology, “I tend to think they [Neanderthals] had fully human language. After all, they had larger brains than those of most modern humans, made elegant stone tools, and knew how to use tools.” Discover, 11/98, p.62

MODERN CAME FIRST,
 O. Bar-Yosef, Peabody Museum, Harvard, B. Vandermeerch, U. Bordeaux, “Modern Homo sapiens preceded Neanderthals at Mt. Carmel. ...modern looking H.
sapien had lived in one of the caves some 50,000 to 100,000 years ago, much earlier than such people had been thought to exist anywhere. ...The results have shaken the traditional
evolutionary scenario, producing more questions than answers.” Scientific American, p.94, 4/1993

DNA,
 “The amount of diversity between Neanderthals and living humans is not exceptional.’” Scientific American, 1/1998 “…modern humans…could reconstruct 35 to 70 percent of
the Neandertal genome.” Scientific American, February 2015.

PROTEIN,
“…extracted and sequenced protein from a Neanderthal from Shanidar Cave, Iraq…” Matched! Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, March 8, 2005, p.62

NEANDERTAL FLUTE,
Matches Do, Re, Mi scale, Science, 5/97 p.203; Scientific American, 9/7
Trinkaus [Washington U.] says he has not seen evidence of any kind of difference, either biological or social, between humans and Neanderthals.”Live Science, March 17, 2008

UNWARRANTED IMAGE
“They have an unwarranted image as brutish and uncaring…The study, by the University of York, reveals that Neanderthal healthcare was…seen as a compassionate and knowledgeable response to injury and illness. …challenging our notions that they were brutish…” Science News, March 13, 2018

SAILORS
“…voyaged to remote islands…Now we are talking about seafaring Neandertals. It’s a pretty stunning change.”Science, April 27, 2018


COLLECTED

Albarra:
Brother Osama, you spelled "Ahteism" incorrectly lol.

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