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« Reply #2280 on: 24 December 2017, 18:02:59 PM »

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Ypou have posted this before. I have exposed the errors.

No you haven't! There are no errors.


If you really think that, there is little hope for you.

I will be celebrating Christmas, so will not respond to your posts quickly for a while.

Even though it is certain that Jesus was not born on December 25, 1 AD

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« Reply #2281 on: 24 December 2017, 22:36:06 PM »

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If you really think that, there is little hope for you.

I will be celebrating Christmas, so will not respond to your posts quickly for a while.

Even though it is certain that Jesus was not born on December 25, 1 AD



You are right about that. He was probably born in the Fall in 6 BC. When He was born is not important. The fact is He was born.
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« Reply #2282 on: 24 December 2017, 23:02:03 PM »

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You are right about that. He was probably born in the Fall in 6 BC. When He was born is not important. The fact is He was born.   

For once, I agree with you 100%

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« Reply #2283 on: 25 December 2017, 2:58:45 AM »

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For once, I agree with you 100%

Happy Christmas!

This is a rare moment in history. Thank you and Happy New years.
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« Reply #2284 on: 28 December 2017, 4:48:22 AM »

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Another study, which examined their inner ear bones, used to maintain balance, showed a striking similarity to those of chimpanzees and gorillas, but great differences from those of humans (p). Likewise, their pattern of dental development corresponds to chimpanzees, not humans (q). Claims were made—based on one partially complete australopithecine fossil, Australopithecus afarensis, (a 3.5-foot-tall, long-armed, 60-pound adult called Lucy)—that all australopithecines walked upright in a human manner. However, studies of Lucy’s entire anatomy, not just a knee joint, now show that this is very unlikely. She likely swung from the trees (r) and was similar to pygmy chimpanzees (s). In 2006, a more complete Australopithecus afarensis specimen—a 3-year-old baby—was announced. Its new features were clearly apelike (t). The australopithecines are probably extinct apes (u).

p.    “Among the fossil hominids, the australopithecines show great-ape-like proportions [based on CAT scans of their inner ears] and H. erectus shows modern-human-like proportions.” Fred Spoor et al., “Implications of Early Hominid Labyrinthine Morphology for Evolution of Human Bipedal Locomotion,” Nature, Vol. 369, 23 June 1994, p. 646. [Many H. erectus bones are probably those of H. sapiens.]

q.    “The closest parallel today to the pattern of dental development of [australopithecines] is not in people but in chimpanzees.”   Bruce Bower, “Evolution’s Youth Movement,” Science News, Vol. 159, 2 June 2001, p. 347.

r.   William L. Jungers, “Lucy’s Limbs: Skeletal Allometry and Locomotion in Australopithecus Afarensis,” Nature, Vol. 297, 24 June 1982, pp. 676–678.

Jeremy Cherfas, “Trees Have Made Man Upright,” New Scientist, Vol. 93, 20 January 1983, pp. 172–178.

Jack T. Stern Jr. and Randall L. Susman, “The Locomotor Anatomy of Australopithecus Afarensis,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 60, March 1983, pp. 279–317.

s.   Adrienne Zihlman, “Pigmy Chimps, People, and the Pundits,” New Scientist, Vol. 104, 15 November 1984, pp. 39–40.

t. Zeresenay Alemseged et al., “A Juvenile Early Hominin Skeleton from Dikika, Ethiopia,” Nature, Vol. 443, 21 September 2006, pp. 296–301.

u.    “At present we have no grounds for thinking that there was anything distinctively human about australopithecine ecology and behavior. ... [T]hey were surprisingly apelike in skull form, premolar dentition, limb proportions, and morphology of some joint surfaces, and they may still have been spending a significant amount of time in the trees.” Matt Cartmill et al., “One Hundred Years of Paleoanthropology,” American Scientist, Vol. 74, July–August 1986, p. 417.

“The proportions calculated for africanus turned out to be amazingly close to those of a chimpanzee, with big arms and small legs. ... ‘One might say we are kicking Lucy out of the family tree,’ says Berger.” James Shreeve, “New Skeleton Gives Path from Trees to Ground an Odd Turn,” Science, Vol. 272, 3 May 1996, p. 654.

“There is indeed, no question which the Australopithecine skull resembles when placed side by side with specimens of human and living ape skulls. It is the ape—so much so that only detailed and close scrutiny can reveal any differences between them.” Solly Zuckerman, “Correlation of Change in the Evolution of Higher Primates,” Evolution as a Process, editors Julian Huxley, A. C. Hardy, and E. B. Ford (London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1954), p. 307.

“We can safely conclude from the fossil hominoid material now available that in the history of the globe there have been many more species of great ape than just the three which exist today.” Ibid., pp. 348–349.

[From “In the Beginning” by Walt Brown]
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« Reply #2285 on: 13 January 2018, 0:13:27 AM »

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For about 100 years the world was led to believe that Neanderthal man was stooped and apelike. This false idea was based upon some Neanderthals with bone diseases such as arthritis and rickets (v). Recent dental and x-ray studies of Neanderthals suggest that they were humans who matured at a slower rate and lived to be much older than people today (w). Neanderthal man, Heidelberg man, and Cro-Magnon man are now considered completely human. Artists’ drawings of “ape-men,” especially their fleshy portions, are often quite imaginative and are not supported by the evidence (x).

Furthermore, the techniques used to date these fossils are highly questionable. [See pages 36-42]

v.   Francis Ivanhoe, “Was Virchow Right About Neanderthal?” Nature, Vol. 227, 8 August 1970, pp. 577–578.

William L. Straus Jr. and A. J. E. Cave, “Pathology and the Posture of Neanderthal Man,” The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 32, December, 1957, pp. 348–363.

Bruce M. Rothschild and Pierre L. Thillaud, “Oldest Bone Disease,” Nature, Vol. 349, 24 January 1991, p. 288.

w.   Jack Cuozzo, Buried Alive: The Startling Truth about Neanderthal Man (Green Forest, Arkansas: Master Books, 1998).

Jack Cuozzo, “Early Orthodontic Intervention: A View from Prehistory,” The Journal of the New Jersey Dental Association, Vol. 58, No. 4, Autumn 1987, pp. 33–40.

x.   Boyce Rensberger, “Facing the Past,” Science 81, October 1981, p. 49.

[From “In the Beginning” by Walt Brown]
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« Reply #2286 on: 15 January 2018, 17:08:29 PM »


You could be more 'Neanderthal' than you thought: Modern Europeans have TWICE as much DNA from ancient cousins than first believed
Migrating humans interbred with Neanderthals in Europe 100,000 years ago
Genes from our ancient ancestors can still be found in modern human DNA
Study found the genomes of modern non-Africans is 1.8-2.6% Neanderthal
This is far higher than previous estimates of between 1.5 and 2.1%
The researchers found these genes play roles in our cholesterol levels, eating disorders, arthritis and other diseases today
By HARRY PETTIT FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 11:45 GMT, 6 October 2017
Some modern humans have more Neanderthal DNA in their genetic make-up than first thought, a new study has found.
Research shows that between 1.8 and 2.6 per cent of the genomes of modern, non-African human populations is made up of Neanderthal DNA.
This is far higher than previous estimates of 1.5 to 2.1 per cent.
These genes play roles in our cholesterol levels, eating disorders, arthritis and other diseases today, the researchers claim.
The study follows separate research, published yesterday, which found that Neanderthal DNA can drive our smoking habits, mood swings, and skin tone.

Some modern humans have more Neanderthal DNA in their genetic make-up than first thought, a new study has found. Neanderthals are ancient human-like relative that evolved from a common ancestor, but split from humans between 1,000,000 and 800,000 years ago.
Some modern humans have more Neanderthal DNA in their genetic make-up than first thought, a new study has found. Neanderthals are ancient human-like relative that evolved from a common ancestor, but split from humans between 1,000,000 and 800,000 years ago
NEANDERTHAL DNA
The new research follows a separate Neanderthal DNA study published yesterday, also from the Max Planck Institute.
Scientists studying British DNA found our Neanderthal inheritance affects our skin tone, hair colour, height, sleep patterns, mood, and even a person's smoking status.
Previous studies have shown that Neanderthal DNA plays a role in human immunity and our susceptibility to certain diseases.
But this was the first time the ancient genes have been shown to affect traits that change how we look and behave.
The researchers also showed for the first time that Neanderthals had both light and dark skin and hair, just like modern humans.
Neanderthals are the closest extinct relatives of humans, migrating to Europe from Africa thousands of years before our Homo Sapien ancestors.
Early humans migrating from Africa interbred with Neanderthals in Europe roughly 100,000 years ago, and this DNA mixing still contributes to several modern traits.
Researchers believe the genes from our extinct cousins could have helped our ancestors to thrive as they adapted to the European continent.
In the new study, experts from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, analysed billions of DNA fragments sampled from the remains of a female Neanderthal.
It is only the second genome of the species to be fully sequenced with a high level of quality.
The ancient female lived 52,000 years ago, and her remains were found in Vindija Cave, Croatia in the 1980s.

Previous work has shown that Neanderthals lived in the cave until late in their history, with the species predicted to have gone extinct roughly 45,000 years ago.
Compared to other sequenced remains, the researchers found their Croatian Neanderthal - dubbed Vindija 33.19 - was more closely related to the Neanderthals who interbred with the ancestors of modern humans living outside Africa.
This closer relation meant the team identified 10 to 20 per cent more Neanderthal DNA in modern humans than previously thought.
Researchers found Neanderthal genes play roles in our susceptibility to eating disorders, schizophrenia and arthritis. The study follows separate research published yesterday which found that Neanderthal DNA can drive our smoking habits, mood swings, and skin tone   +7
Researchers found Neanderthal genes play roles in our susceptibility to eating disorders, schizophrenia and arthritis. The study follows separate research published yesterday which found that Neanderthal DNA can drive our smoking habits, mood swings, and skin tone
WHAT KILLED OFF THE NEANDERTHALS?
Neanderthals are a human-like species that evolved from a shared ancestor, but split from humans between 1,000,000 and 800,000 years ago.
They migrated from Africa to Europe around 560,000 years ago, long before modern humans.
The first Homo sapiens reached Europe roughly 100,000 years ago, replacing the Neanderthals there a few thousand years later.
There are many theories as to what drove the downfall of the Neanderthals.
Experts have suggested that humans may have carried tropical diseases with them from Africa that wiped out their ape-like cousins.
Others claim that plummeting temperatures due to climate change killed off the Neanderthals.
The predominant theory is that early humans drove the Neanderthals to extinction through competition for food and habitat.
Homo sapiens' superior brain power and hunting techniques meant the Neanderthals couldn't compete.
The newly discovered gene variants contribute to human blood vitamin D levels, LDL cholesterol counts,  as well as body fat levels.
The DNA also plays a role in arthritis, schizophrenia and responses to antipsychotic drugs, the study found.
'This adds to mounting evidence that Neanderthal ancestry influences disease risk in present-day humans, particularly with respect to neurological, psychiatric, immunological, and dermatological phenotypes,' the authors wrote in their paper.
But not all of the Neanderthal DNA is negative, the researchers claims.
Neanderthals had been in Europe for thousands of years before humans arrived. Early humans migrating from Africa interbred with Neanderthals in Europe roughly 100,000 years ago , and this DNA mixing still contributes to modern human traits
'Variants from Neanderthals are not necessarily bad for your health,' said study lead author Dr Kay Prüfer told Live Science.
'We find one variant that is associated with LDL cholesterol, and the variant we got from Neanderthals is associated with lower LDL cholesterol.'
The team compared the genomes of the Vindija Neanderthal with that of a specimen found in Russia's Altai mountains.
They found that the two were surprisingly similar, suggesting that the European population of Neanderthals around 52,000 years ago was very small.
In the new study, experts  analysed billions of DNA fragments sampled from the remains of a female Neanderthal. The ancient female lived 52,000 years ago, and her remains were found in Vindija Cave, Croatia in the 1980s   
'The two Neanderthals were separated by thousands of kilometers and probably lived tens of thousands of years separated in time as well,' Dr Prüfer said.
'That is why it is so surprising to find them to be so similar.'

ANCIENT DNA IN HUMANS
Modern humans carry traces of DNA from mixing with other hominids, including Neanderthals and Denisovans.
In February, researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine analysed the DNA of 1,500 people, including those from Europe, Asia and the Pacific islands, to see where these ancient genes remain.
They identified 126 areas of the modern human genome where ancient DNA persists.
Humanity would fare just as well without its elders as it does with them, according to scientists. The claims come as part of a study which found no obvious evolutionary need for genes that help us live beyond reproductive age
Neanderthal gene expression likely contributes to traits such as height and even our susceptibility to lupus and schizophrenia.
Previous studies have shown that Neanderthal DNA plays a role in human immunity and our susceptibility to certain diseases.
Because Neanderthal alleles are relatively rare, the study used data representing more than 112,000 participants in the UK Biobank pilot study.

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« Reply #2287 on: 18 January 2018, 4:13:13 AM »

Fossil Man


Bones of modern-looking humans have been found deep in undisturbed rocks that, according to evolution, were formed long before man began to evolve. Examples include the Castenedolo skeletons (a), Reck’s skeleton (b), and possibly others  (c). Remains such as the Swanscombe skull, the Steinheim fossil, and the Vertesszöllos fossil present similar problems (d). Evolutionists almost always ignore these remains.

a. Bowden, pp. 78–79.

Frank W. Cousins, Fossil Man (Imsworth, England: A. E. Norris & Sons Ltd., 1971), pp. 50–52, 82, 83.

W. H. B., “Alleged Discovery of An Ancient Human Skull in California,” American Journal of Science, Vol. 2, 1866, p. 424.

Edward C. Lain and Robert E. Gentet, “The Case for the Calaveras Skull,” Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 33, March 1997, pp. 248–256.

For many years, a story circulated that the Calaveras skull, buried 130 feet below ground, was a practical joke. This tidy explanation conveniently overlooks the hundreds of human bones and artifacts (such as spearheads, mortars and pestles, and dozens of bowls made of stone) found in that part of California. These artifacts have been found over the years under undisturbed strata and a layer of basaltic lava that evolutionists would date at 25 million years old—too old to be human.  See, for example:
Whitney, pp. 262–264, 266, 274–276.

G. Frederick Wright, Man and the Glacial Period (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1897), pp. 294–301.

George F. Becker, “Antiquities from under Tuolumne Table Mountain in California,” Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Vol. 2, 20 February 1891, pp. 189–200.

b. Bowden, pp. 78–79.

Cousins and Whitney state that the Calaveras was fossilized. This does not mean that it was pre-flood. Fossilization depends on chemistry much more than time. Cousins, pp. 48-50, 81.

Sir Arthur Keith correctly stated the dilemma evolutionists face with the Castenedolo skeletons:

“As the student of prehistoric man reads and studies the records of the ‘Castenedolo’ find, a feeling of incredulity rises within him. He cannot reject the discovery as false without doing an injury to his sense of truth, and he cannot accept it as a fact without shattering his accepted beliefs.” Arthur Keith, The Antiquity of Man (London: Williams and Norgate, Ltd., 1925), p. 334.

However, after examining the strata above and below the Castenedolo skeletons, and after finding no indication that they were intrusively buried, Keith surprisingly concluded that the enigma must be resolved by an intrusive burial. He justified this by citing the unfossilized condition of the bones. However, these bones were encased in a clay layer. Clay would prevent water from transporting large amounts of dissolved minerals into the bone cells and explain the lack of fossilization. Again, fossilization depends much more on chemistry than age.

c.   Bowden, pp. 183–193.

d.   Ibid., pp. 79–88.

e.   Fix, pp. 98–105.

J. B. Birdsell, Human Evolution (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1972), pp. 316–318.

[From “In the Beginning” by Walt Brown]
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