Evolution and humans (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Tuesday, May 19, 2015, 01:05 (2874 days ago) @ dhw

> DAVID: It doesn't beg the question. I see it as several attempts, with one winning.
> dhw: You keep stressing “difference in kind”, which means there cannot have been a natural progression from ape to human. This does not square with evolution. “Several attempts” is an interesting switch from your usual line of pre-programming and/or dabbling. So do you reckon your God preprogrammed Denisovans and Neanderthals to lose?-Or to compete, and naturally sharpen the wits of the humans in the struggle. Really I have no idea.
> TONY: DHW asked how I would explain the 4 groups of hominids, and the truth is, do not, and don't need to, because human is human is human. 
> This is a misunderstanding. David asked you that. I see the four groups as a perfectly natural product of evolution from apes to humans. My question to you is why you think the advanced intelligence of these different groups is contrary to evolution.

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