Re: Evolution Conclusively Disproved
T.J. Fitzmaurice (email@example.com)
30 Jan 1995 13:41:32 GMT
In article <D33oHF.Fo1@genie.slhs.udel.edu>,
Dr. John Berryhill <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil Nicholls) writes:
>>In article <email@example.com>,
>>Derek Abbott <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>Here's conclusive evidence that evolution as we know it is incorrect:
>>>1) Pig meat is the closet to human meat
>>In what way is human meat similar to pig meat?
>Ask a dermatologist. Pigs are often used to test wound treatment
>techniques because their skin is the best animal model of human
>That has nothing to do with the original poster's faulty
>conclusions, but is probably a good example of a little knowledge
>being a dangerous thing.
>L. Argenta M.D. et al., Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake
Well its either the little knowledge... syndrome or a dirty great troll.
Didn't even mention one that would take considerable explaination of
convergent evolution and plain ol' random chance elements. IE Pig insulin
being the same as human bar very very few amino acids (3 I think, anyone?)