The changes involved in adapting a generic mammalian template into a whale are certainly not all simple, independent, single-letter changes.
“Synteny refers to how well chromosomal sequences from different species align with one another.”
Perhaps, humans, gorillas, and orangutans were designed based upon a common blueprint.
Darwinists point to similarities across species, classes, and phyla, and argue that this shows we’re all descended from a common ancestor.
Last year I wrote about how convergent genetic evolution is highly unlikely under neo-Darwinism, but makes perfect sense if you allow common design. An article in ScienceDaily titled “In Bats and Whales, Convergence in Echolocation Ability Runs Deep,” points to evidence that, in my opinion, might be best explained by common design. According to the […]