Monday, January 31, 2005


S&L Ed makes an evolution faux pas

On his blog, S&L Ed writes:

"I think it's because he knows that if he says that we are not descended from apes, he's killed his credibility because the evidence is so strongly in favor of that theory..."

Actually, evolutionary theory posits that apes and humans share a common ancestor, not that humans are descended from apes. Of course, this is hardly S&L Ed's first faux pas (nor will it be his last--he makes them just about every time he opines), but one would think an evolution advocate would get the theory straight.


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