Re: AAT Theory

H. M. Hubey (
10 Sep 1995 14:23:45 -0400 (Phil Nicholls) writes:

>When is a hypothesis NOT a hypothesis?
>When it cannot be tested.
>How can we test the AAH? Well, gosh, since fossils are almost
>exclusively skeletal remains and since, according to the AAH, no
>skeletal changes occur (except for those consistant with terrestrial
>locomotion) then, gosh, I guess you can't test it.

Is the land-lubber scenario testable?

Is the Theory of Evolution (TOE) testable?

How are they testable?

How is it different that AAT?

>We have arboreal apes in the Miocene and Pliocene.

Is it proof or indirect evidence?

>We have terrestrial hominids in the late Pliocene and Pleistocene.

Is it proof or indirect evidence?


Regards, Mark