Re: Morgan and creationists

James Borrett (
Mon, 24 Jun 1996 11:40:39 +0100

Phillip Bigelow wrote:

> Any of the well-known UNambiguous aquatic character traits that would
> indicate an aquatic past for hominids, such as the presence of flippers,
> or presence of oil-waterproofed fur, or reduction of size of legs (or
> loss of legs), or the presence of a thick (THICK) layer of blubber, or a
> hydrodynamically-optimized body shape, are all NOT found in humans.

Do you really think that all of this could have happened in a maximum
aquatic phase of two million years?