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Author Topic:   ERV's: Evidence of Common Ancestory
Meldinoor
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Message 166 of 166 (508690)
05-15-2009 4:32 PM
Reply to: Message 161 by pcver
04-20-2009 8:28 AM


Re: Bye, bye Goliath
pcver writes:
Also, how do we reconcile the fact that unlike other Apes, humans are 'intelligent'? This alone should absolutely differentiate us from the Apes kind. But the biology definition of 'species' does not even consider this fact, which is a glaring discrepancy.
Apes are not unintelligent. Intelligence is not something that we have and other apes don't. We have more intelligence, but it's merely a variation of what they have. The fossil record holds many hominid skulls with a gradual scale of increasing brain capacity.

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