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Posted by bzrd on September 12, 1999 13:12:21 UTC

How would an evolutionist explain this? Remine postulates that in 10,000,000 yrs the human species can substitute 25,000 expressed neutral mutations, about .0007% of the genome. If this is true, given the 2% difference between humans and chimps, then our common ancestor lived about 20,000,000,000 yrs ago.

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