When Ardipithecus ramidus (“Ardi”) was first unveiled to the world in 2009, the media went bananas.
A striking contrast with how many Darwinian biologists might describe the same thing.
That’s the big news revealed last week with the publication of the sequence of the full gorilla genome.
The problem of making premature claims that we don’t know are correct plagues Dennis Venema’s discussion of human and chimp genetic variation.
It’s only after a supposed “transitional fossil” is discovered that evolutionists feel comfortable admitting to such “gaps” in the fossil record. This makes you wonder: what gaps exist right now that we aren’t being told about?