The original Question was: All apes, including humans, share some Endogenous Retrovirus (ERVs) in common that do not exist in any other mammals. So if you find a dog with an ape ERV you could falsify evolution. Have they found contradicting ERVs to this yet? Or is there some reason why they likely won’t find? […]
YEAST MAN GENES? If man was created separately, why do we share 49% of our DNA with yeast?
Answer by Diane Eager Let’s start by asking where the figure of 49% comes from. The complete genome of fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe (the yeast used in brewing) was found to have only 4,824 protein coding genes, whilst humans have over 20,000. Therefore, it cannot be a reference to 49% of the total human genome. […]
CHANGING SIZE? Why are humans getting taller if we are not evolving?
Are we getting taller?
MUTATION: If we started with no mutations, did they evolve or did God deliberately create them?
What has happened to our genes since creation?
MUTATIONS can increase the information in the genetic code. Why are they not considered to be beneficial?
More genetic information is not necessarily better information. Why?