Better off PIMA than POMA or POMO.

by ExBethelitenowPIMA 98 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • peacefulpete
    I have been checking for decades. Many times there has been an announcement that the missing link has been found or finally they have found a half monkey half human fossil, but it’s always been debunked as fake

    Oh, how you remind me of myself in high school!

  • ExBethelitenowPIMA

    Peaceful Pete did you think back in high school one day they would find something that would prove the theory of evolution?

    I have given up hope now, I think if there was something to be found it would have been found by now.

    If it all happened of bullion of years the there should be evidence.

    But no, all fossils of creatures not extinct yet are exactly the same as current species. There is no evidence of evolution in the fossil record.

  • ExBethelitenowPIMA
    cofty7 days ago
    Cofty and others try to say the missing link has been found

    The vast majority of Christians accept the fact of evolution.


    Evolution can not be fact until it can be proven. If it could be proven it would have been already.

    It is still the theory of evolution.

    All anthropology and the the fossil record shows no evolutionary evidence at all. There has never been found proof of the theory of evolution.

    There have been plenty of fake monkey/human skulls and some of them are on display at the science museum. They even tell you they are fake based on concepts. Well why has one never been found along with the dinosaur discoveries?

    It may well be found one day which is why I remain sitting on the fence but as I have said the question has to be asked why has nothing been found yet?

  • cofty

    Ex-B - The proof of the common ancestry of all living things is beyond all sensible debate.

    It's in the fossil record - we have an embarrassment of riches of fossils showing the transition between species.

    It's also in comparative anatomy, but most of all it is in DNA. The very same proof that is used in courts of law every day to prove paternity or to convict rapists and murderers shows absolutely that humans share a common ancestry with other primates.

    Many examples are found in that link to forty topics that I gave you but you were too lazy/afraid to read them. Your choice.

  • ExBethelitenowPIMA

    Cofty you sound like that BBC reporter saying to Elon musk there are loads of examples of hate speak on Twitter. And I’m Elon Musk asking you for one just one so called example.

    If there have been evidence found of monkeys or any other animal evolving into humans then please show me the evidence. Just one skull?

    If it happens over billions of years there should be a lot of skulls found.

    Just one that is not fake would be enough.

  • ExBethelitenowPIMA

    The fossil record shows only human skulls. No different from human skulls today. No evolutionary changes at all.

    And only skulls from any other animal are the same as today.

    Any fossils of any creatures that are still around to compare to today show no changes whatsoever. They are the same.

    The real elephant in the room is why did evolution stop? Why are there no half species today?

  • TonusOH

    Poe's Law strikes again?

  • cofty

    Nobody can be that stupid. Ex-B is undoubtedly a troll

  • Anony Mous
    Anony Mous

    @ExBethelitenowPIMA: The fossil record has lots of skulls, not sure if you've ever heard of any of these, which for the major lineages there is plenty of evidence that not only did they co-exist, they also interbred and thus have a shared offspring that influenced each other's evolution until today for H. Sapiens or until they went extinct for other species.

    The percentage of Neanderthal DNA in modern humans is about 1 to 2 percent in people of European or Asian background. The percentage of Denisovan DNA is highest in the Melanesian population (4 to 6 percent), lower in other Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander populations. So even humans are for a small percentage other species.

    If you want faster proof of evolution, you can buy the tools to run this experiment AT HOME if you really want to see for yourself:

    Comparative table of homo species:
    LineagesTemporal range
    HabitatAdult heightAdult massCranial capacity
    Fossil recordDiscovery/
    of name
    H. sapiens
    (anatomically modern humans)
    c. 300–present[p]Worldwide150–190 cm (4 ft 11 in – 6 ft 3 in)50–100 kg (110–220 lb)950–1,800(extant)——
    H. luzonensis
    c. 67[97][98]Philippines3 individuals2007
    Denisova hominin40Siberia2 sites2000
    H. tsaichangensis
    possibly H. erectus or Denisova
    c. 100[r]Taiwan1 individual2008(?)
    Nesher Ramla Homo
    classification uncertain
    140–120Israelseveral individuals2021
    H. floresiensis
    classification uncertain
    190–50Indonesia100 cm (3 ft 3 in)25 kg (55 lb)4007 individuals2003
    H. neanderthalensis
    240–40[94][q]Europe, Western Asia170 cm (5 ft 7 in)55–70 kg (121–154 lb)
    (heavily built)
    H. rhodesiensis
    early H. sapiens
    c. 300Zambia1,300Single or very few1921
    H. naledic. 300[91]South Africa150 cm (4 ft 11 in)45 kg (99 lb)45015 individuals2013
    H. longi309–138[89]Northeast China1,420[90]1 individual1933
    H. cepranensis
    a single fossil, possibly H. heidelbergensis
    c. 450[88]Italy1,0001 skull cap1994
    H. heidelbergensis
    early H. neanderthalensis
    600–300[o]Europe, Africa180 cm (5 ft 11 in)90 kg (200 lb)1,100–1,400Many1907
    H. antecessor1,200–800Western Europe175 cm (5 ft 9 in)90 kg (200 lb)1,0002 sites1994
    H. ergaster
    African H. erectus
    1,800–1,300[87]East and Southern Africa700–850Many1949
    H. rudolfensis
    membership in Homo uncertain
    1,900Kenya7002 sites1972
    H. gautengensis
    also classified as H. habilis
    1,900–600South Africa100 cm (3 ft 3 in)3 individuals[83][j]2010
    H. erectus1,900–140[84][k][85][l]Africa, Eurasia180 cm (5 ft 11 in)60 kg (130 lb)850 (early) – 1,100 (late)Many[m][n]1891
    H. habilis
    membership in Homo uncertain
    2,100–1,500[h][i]Tanzania110–140 cm (3 ft 7 in – 4 ft 7 in)33–55 kg (73–121 lb)510–660Many1960

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