since the time people write, no known case of monkey losing tail - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Miron
    • 21.02.10 | 07:50 (IST)

    if it is science we are talking about, than the evolution should be real, present, and repeatable in ways that permit to conclude that yes, monkeys mutate in humans. If we translate in "evolution" language Newton's law we should be talking from space station: "2 million years ago apples were falling down with velocity x which can be traced to rounding in the hermit's head bump unearthed in Antarctica after 2 million years in deep freeze. Inspite of our current flying free of gravity we must conclude that gravity is a fact." Tell me I am stretching the reality and I will show you perfectly shaved monkey without tail... just look in the mirror. Feel offended? - think how much some of us offended by local priest trying to wake up our lost souls in a weekly sermon. Trouble isn't lack of faith or faith in some in - built machinery of nature. It's our minute denial of infinite beauty of our place, which evolution helps to understand but fails to explain away.

    from the article: Scientists irate after top education official questions evolution
    First published 02:07 21.02.10 | Last updated 12:30 21.02.10
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