Re: evolution and facts

Mr. E (jackechs@EROLS.COM)
Tue, 5 Mar 1996 17:40:17 -0500

So ... if you do not share in the belief that early hominids are our
ancestors, what happens to your facts?

At 01:55 PM 03/05/96 PST, Read, Dwight ANTHRO wrote:

>(1) Evolution used to refer to the fact that hominid ancestors, say about
>100,000 BP are not the same, morphologically, as folks today in certain
>aspects. Thus at time A hominids have, one set of characteristics and at time
>B, their genetic descendants have different characteristics. The change from
>A to B is evolution.