Monthly Archives: August 2015

Are we monkeys, fungi, bacteria, viruses, just what are we? Part II.

As stated in the last blog post, the evidence is in: We appear to be a genetic landfill for whatever kinds of organisms can invade our cells and dump some of their genes into us. This  includes viruses, bacteria, fungi, and even … Continue reading

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Are we monkeys, fungi, bacteria, viruses, just what are we?

Would you build a house, one grain of sand at a time? If you did, how long would it take you to get finished? Quite a while, right? Wouldn’t it make more sense to start out with bricks made up … Continue reading

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Are humans descended from apes eating moldy fruit?

The evidence that the number two chromosome of humans was the result of two ape chromosomal fusions is fairly clear just by looking at the karyotypes of the two primates. This is why humans have 46 chromosomes instead of 48, like … Continue reading

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