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did humans really come from monkey?

>> No.11546885

>>11546877
no, from merry-go-rounds.
it's just a coincidence people and monkeys both have hands

>> No.11546904

>>11546877
answers within: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dV8x5WWDcNg

>> No.11546922

>>11546877
No? Nobody is even claiming that except for retards who intentionally misinterpret evolution.

>> No.11546932

>>11546877
that my dad
racist asshole

>> No.11546938

>>11546877
no. The Monkey comes from the man instead

>> No.11546973 [DELETED] 

>>11546877
Don't chimps have a part of telomeres in those fused chromosomes, meaning they evolved from humans, and not the other way round?

>> No.11546977

>>11546922
Sure, but nothing really changes if we both came from a common ancestor. At some point the evolutionary thread crossed.

>> No.11546985

>>11546973
Nothing evolved from humans apart from down syndrome kids. We share a common ancestor and that's it. If you take a fork in the road you can always say "that other road forked off from the one I'm on" but that's really not actually true, both roads forked from the main road, and none of them from each other. It's just a natural bias towards whatever point of view you're already in.

>> No.11546987

>>11546938
Tripnamefag, fuck off and get the fuck OUT!

>> No.11546998

>>11546985
I don't think that's how it works. Wolves didn't change because dogs branched off from them.

>> No.11547594

>>11546877
>did humans really come from monkey?
No, from a common ancestor

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