Friday, October 9, 2009


Heh. Reading an article about a Kent state professor, who has been studying that new skeleton found, Ardipithecus ramidus, or "Ardi". Lucy, who was constructed from various pieces from being scattered over a mile around, while Ardi was found more composed than Lucy, in one spot.

from the professor:

“People often think we evolved from apes, but no, apes in many ways evolved from us,” Lovejoy said. “It has been a popular idea to think humans are modified chimpanzees. From studying Ardipithecus ramidus, or ‘Ardi,’ we learn that we cannot understand or model human evolution from chimps and gorillas.”

To watch a video of Lovejoy discussing the research findings of Ardipithecus ramidus, visit

I find this interesting. Here we've had a theory (not proven) taught as fact in the schools and universities, now suddenly "oops, we were wrong, it's not really true that we descended from apes and monkeys". We also share similarities in DNA with white mice, but that doesn't make us mouse-men. (For a good read, check out Maus)

You know there is not much to say about evolutionists being INCORRECT except "nyah nyah nyah". Take your theory and shove it.


  1. Diane:
    But that doesn't answer the question of:
    "How do you explain my NEIGHBORS?"...LOL!

    (they're devolving INTO apes...all that's missing is the feces toss, which would have been an Olympic event had CHICAGO got the 2016 games)

    (Uh oh...The boy is rialed up THIS morning)

    Welcome to Monday.


  2. Ayn Rand challenges a creationist who thinks Ardipithecus disproves evolution.