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12 Ways Humans Are Not Primates
According to Darwinian evolution, humans evolved from primates. Yet somehow in our evolutionary process, we seem to have gotten weaker, slower, and in many ways less adapted to living on this planet. Read the following list and see if you still think it was advantageous for us to "evolve" these differences.

BONES – Much thinner and lighter than primates

PrehumanMUSCLES – 5 to 10 times weaker than primates

SKIN – Not well adapted to direct sunlight in many cases

ADIPOSE TISSUE – (that means fat between the skin and muscle) 10 times as much as primates in a healthy person

BODY HAIR – Missing, pattern reversed from primates

HEAD HAIR & NAILS – Must be trimmed, unlike primates

SKULLS & BRAINS – Not in same ballpark

LOCOMOTION – Most obvious difference

SPEECH – Throats completely redesigned from primates

SEX – No sign of typical oestrus cycles

GENETIC DISORDERS – Over 4,000 !!!

CHROMOSOMES – Reduced to 46 from 48

The Darwinist paradigm for human evolution falls flattest when it attempts to depict humans as merely another, but vastly “advanced” and “superior,” form of primate. If not for the overwhelming need to keep humans as an integral part of the natural “flowchart” of life on Earth, we would have long ago been classified with our own distinctive genus containing a species like no other.

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