I always wondered what the + was for.
All over the planet, you find the ancient legends and accounts of "gods" from another world who interbred with humanity to create a hybrid network of bloodlines. Many claim that they actually created humanity by splicing their genes with that of neanderthal to make you and I. Certainly would solve the "missing link" debate as the timeline is right on. The Old Testament, for example, talks about the "Sons of God" who interbred with the daughters of men to create the hybrid race, the Nefilim. Before it was translated into English, that passage read "the sons of the gods", plural. But the Bible accounts are only one of so many that describe the same theme.
The Sumerian clay tablets, found in what we now call Iraq in the middle of the 19th century, tell a similar story. It is estimated they were buried around 2,000 BC, but the stories they tell go back long before that. The tablets talk of a race of "gods" from another world who brought advanced knowledge to the planet and interbred with humans to create hybrid bloodlines. These "gods" are called in the tablets, the "Anunnaki", which apparently translates as "those who from heaven to earth came."
Interesting info and ancient artwork.
Wow was that retarded! Clearly no understanding at all of how DNA mutates. What else can you say. Was this meant to be a joke?
Who cares? Just more of an agenda to push the old creation theory.
That video has several errors:
1. Humans did NOT evolve from apes, monkeys or any other simian. Simians and Homo sapiens evolved from a common ancestor that resembles a small rodent.
2. Just because a species still exist does not mean that further species could not come from it. Currently researchers are observing several new species emerge from parent species. The parent species still exist despite the fact that the new species have branched off.
3. Why do we have genes that do not exist in other species? Simple: Those new genes were what evolved to cause us to be a species that is different from all other species. They are what make us distinctly human. You can look at ANY species and find such genes.
I'm sure that someone with even more knowledge in evolution could add more to the list.