Human-Ape DNA Similarities Further Falsified

Riekert Darkens, evolutionary astrologer and part-time carnival worker from the Darwin Ranch, went to the town and gave a lecture in the saloon. He perpetuated the myth that chimpanzees have a genome that is ninety-eight percent similar to that of humans.

That was terrible science when it was first promoted. Not only did Darwin's votaries select what they wanted to compare and ignored the rest, but the samples were contaminated by human DNA. Since then, more honest and capable researcher have brought that percentage down to about eighty-five percent.

Evolutionists tell the myth that humans and chimps are 98 percent similar in their genomes. New discoveries have made things worse for evolutionists.
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It strikes this child as extremely disingenuous for evolutionists to not only keep the similarity myth going, but to also act like other obvious details are unimportant. People with a grain of sense can see that we are unlike chimps, despite the assertions of feral atheists on social(ist) media. They despise the fact that humans and animals were created separately; humans are unique.

As indicated several times before, advances in science and technology have been harmful for evolution. Just when scientists think they have all their ducks in a row and marching to the same drummer, new discoveries disrupt everything. Research brought that similarity number down recently Now some chromosomes were discovered tucked away in the genome, playing canasta and eating pretzels. Well, they were in an obscure location, and are making things worse for evolutionists.

Because evolutionists need a nearly identical 98.5% similarity between humans and chimps to make their theoretical ape-to-human evolution model seem plausible, the current well-established genetic chasm of dissimilarity has soundly disproved the evolutionary model. But not only is large-scale DNA dissimilarity a huge problem for the fictional story of humans evolving from a chimp-like ancestor, but so is the issue of human-specific genes that have no similar counterparts in apes. In fact, previous studies have identified hundreds to thousands of human genes not found in chimps. And now, we have yet one more study adding to the overall dissimilarity in the human versus chimp gene count discrepancy.

You can read the full article and see why Darwin is making a sad face by clicking on "More Unique Human Genes Defy Evolution Narrative."