Re: Evolution Conclusively Disproved

Jeremy Konopka (konopka@ARISTOTLE.CS.UREGINA.CA)
Thu, 26 Jan 1995 16:40:13 GMT

In article <3g4f9s$>,
Derek Abbott <> wrote:
>Here's conclusive evidence that evolution as we know it is incorrect:
>1) Pig meat is the closet to human meat

I won't ask how you know...

>2) Pig milk is the closest to human breast milk

Again, I won't ask how you know.

>3) Pig hearts are used for human heart transplants.

No, sparky. Pig heart valves may be used for transplantation. Someone
will correct me if I'm wrong, I'm sure.

>If we were really descended from apes then why isn't ape milk & meat nearer
>to us than pig's?

Hmm, pigs are easy to house (no human-like fingers to pick locks etc).
Pigs will eat pretty much the same stuff we do (and some even we won't).
That's probably why 1 & 2 might be similar to us. Of which I'm somewhat
sceptical, anyway.

>Why are pig's hearts better than chimpanzee hearts for transplants?

Pigs are pretty much the same weight we are, ergo similar sized heart valves.
We have lots of spare pigs that are getting slaughtered (as they're so tasty)
anyway. Therefore it's not impossible to find human sized pig bits. The
valve is a relatively simple mechanical piece, so it's not like it has a very
complicated task -- just an important one. So a pig one will work just fine.

>Maybe we are descended from pigs.

Flying ones, no doubt.

>Let's admit it folks: evolution is a blindly followed fundamentalist doctrine.

Ibbidy, ibbidy, ibbidy, that's all folks...

Jeremy "Will reply to trolls for pig milk." Konopka