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Posted by bzrd on October 4, 1999 14:44:32 UTC

There is a body of evidence which suggests that what the evolutionists refer to as Neanderthal man is actually fossil evidence of humans from the Old Testament era of the Biblical patriarchs. It seems the bones that comprise the skull and facial structures in humans never stop growing (I didn't know this, and I doubt that most paleo-anthropologists are aware either). So someone used a computer model to project what a human skull would look like if were (alive) several hundred yrs. What they found was that the orbital bones showed a pronounced thickening along with changes in the shape and size of the skull in general. In short, it looked very much like what evolutionists would classify as Neanderthal. This would be consistent with the evidence in that, if no new genetic information is being created, then Adam would have contained all the genetic information in his genome that is present in humans today. Also, his immediate decendants would have been able to inter-marry with no ill-effects on their off-spring, due to the "richness" of their genomes. Further, thru time, one would expect to see an increase of genetic-borne maladies such as cancer, diabetes militis, multiple sclerosis, alztimers etc., as more mis-information is introduced into the human genome. Not suprisingly, these mutational errors SHOULD occur due to the Second Law of thermodynamics. That is exactly what we see.

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