Our physiology proves evolution to be fact. A few examples are:

1. the Coccyx - the remnants of what was once a prehensile tail. Some people are born with a fully developed tail.This harks back to the age when humans were monkeys.

2. the Thumb. Another monkey feature we have retained.

3. the tiny bones of the inner ear are what is left of our gills from the age when we were fishes.

Do the funky Gibbon with me...
I did a post on Evolution on Horses.

https://www.50plus-club.ca/forum/where-did-horse-evolve-from--t88117.html

From what scientist are saying.. that we evolve from climate change. So if we evolve from apes, then why are there still apes?
daisyjane wrote: From what scientist are saying.. that we evolve from climate change. So if we evolve from apes, then why are there still apes?


We are primates that share a common ancestor with apes. I'm inclined to agree that climate change was the catalyst for evolution. For example, during the ice age when forests in the northern hemisphere were destroyed, tree living apes continued to live in equatorial forests and jungles, while those apes that had developed a stronger pelvis and were able to walk upright adapted to the regions of tundra and evolved into homo erectus and homo sapien.
So we could be related? :lol:
daisyjane wrote: So we could be related? :lol:


Yup, everyone has a micro fraction of neanderthal genome in their dna. :lol:
cerberus97 wrote:
daisyjane wrote: So we could be related? :lol:


Yup, everyone has a micro fraction of neanderthal genome in their dna. :lol:


:shock: you could be a very distance cousin of mine
daisyjane wrote: you could be a very distance cousin of mine


That is very true, cuz!