Tuesday, February 1, 2011
According to science, modern humans appeared some 200,000 years ago. Again, according to Darwinian evolution, humans should have branched off of some other form of hominid species some 200,000 years ago. If this is the case, then modern science should be able to find biochemical evidence to link modern man with his ancestors of the past. Many scientist have claimed that the genetic similarities between man and chimpanzees is 98% similar. The conclusion is that genetically speaking, humans share a common ancestor with chimpanzees, but is this the case?