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Quite right. To say we're descended from monkeys is a pretty ignorant application of the evolution theory.
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Originally posted by Zagros Zagros wrote:

Quite right. To say we're descended from monkeys is a pretty ignorant application of the evolution theory.

Especially when one considers the fact that humans are apes, not monkeys Wink
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What happens to these arrogant primates that have forgotten its humble origins?
 
By the way, we are also descendents of cordate worms... But that is usually not a matter of debate.
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Originally posted by Ziegenbartami Ziegenbartami wrote:


Especially when one considers the fact that humans are apes, not monkeys Wink
 
Apes descended from the African variety of monkeys. We are all primates, anyways.
 
 
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Originally posted by drgonzaga drgonzaga wrote:

Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

In that case Britain would be a very isolated Island... perhaps by now as advanced as New GuineaLOL

 
Let's hear it for everybody else in Gondwana!
 
 
Leave us out of it.
 
The Australian Aborigines would still be here.
 
The English could still arrive, possibly.
 
The other folks could still have for the Gold Rush, so, no biggie for us.Wink
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