Monday, January 07, 2008

Just A Little Change.

For your consideration


What do you see in the above letters.

Some would see this


and it is a valid way to break up the letters and becomes a sentence with meaning.

Now add one more tiny little space and another equally valid and meaningful sentence appears with a completely different meaning.


Sometimes one little change changes everything and turns everything else upside down.

Some make a big deal of how nearly identical human DNA and ape DNA is and it is very much alike, but arrangement is as important as the individual codes.

The tiny yet profound difference between an Ape's DNA and a human's is the arrangement. The great apes have one more pair of chromosomes than humans do. That is because the DNA that is contained in two pairs of ape chromosomes is contained in only one pair in humans.

A tiny change and a whole world of difference.

The merging of two chromosome pairs into one pair to create a new species is something we have never seen happen in nature but for humans it had to happen not once but twice, in exactly the same arrangement, to a male and female, geographically and temporally close enough together to breed a viable breeding population. Again we have never seen it happen in nature.

The difference also makes it very improbably that a human will ever successfully crossbreed with an ape.

Far too many coincidences.


Blogger Goat said...

I saw both instantly and both are true, He is here and no where and all places in between. God cannot be limited by man.

12:41 AM  
Blogger dons_mind said...

nice post shoprat - - i think it may also be fair to say that while that extra pair of chromosomes in the ape will make it unlike that a human could ever crossbreed with the ape, it also may provide support to the discussion that man could not have ascended from the apes....

9:03 AM  
Blogger pete in Midland said...

>> The difference also makes it very improbably that a human will ever successfully crossbreed with an ape. <<

ok ... so then explain Michael Moore ...

9:53 AM  
Blogger Gayle said...

I also saw both instantly. I would like to say I saw "God is now here" first, but I really don't know which one I saw first. Doesn't matter anyway... it's a brilliant example of what your post is about. Those who want to believe in evolution do so because they hate the idea of anything or anyone being more powerful than their own pitiful and ignorant selves. Everything being created accidently would be about as likely as throwing the parts of a watch into the air and have them come fall into perfect place so that the watch is together and keeps perfect time. The evelutionists would say that is impossible, but it's probably more possible than what they believe.

LOL Pete! Almost missed your comment. I'm glad I didn't. :)

11:42 AM  
Blogger BB-Idaho said...

Perhaps a Robertsonian Translocation? See:

5:31 PM  
Blogger The Practicalist said...

Good one, Pete.

Shoprat, I like the way you explained the unlikelihood that a male and female DNA morphed in the same region at the same time.

11:24 PM  
Blogger Lone Pony said...

The numbers are astronomical.

6:35 AM  
Blogger shoprat said...

bbi while wild and domesticated horses being genetically different was interesting, the rest of the article was just "perhaps"s and "maybe"s. No solid answers.

Rest of you. Thanks.

8:28 PM  
Blogger Goat said...

So what if I evolved from apes and an oozing pool of primordial matter, I am still a product of His will and creation. Why should I try to limit Him?

12:45 AM  

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