According to new research, the theory of evolution just got blasted with a giant whole. Scientists claim that all humans came from one pair, about 200,000 years ago. The results were so ‘surprising’ that one of the researchers ‘fought against’ the facts.
By surveying the genetic ‘bar codes’ of five million animals, including humans, the results show that everyone ‘sprang from a single pair of adults after a catastrophic event almost wiped out the human race.’
“These bar codes, or snippets of DNA that reside outside the nuclei of living cells, suggest that it’s not just people who came from a single pair of beings, but nine out of every 10 animal species, too”
The research was led by Senior Research Associate Mark Stoeckle and Research Associate David Thaler of the University of Basel, Switzerland, throws a massive monkey wrench into the secular-accepted THEORY of evolution.
“This conclusion is very surprising,” Thaler admitted, “and I fought against it as hard as I could.”
Why would someone fight against fact, many people ask? Could it be because science’s theories are just that… unprovable?
Stoeckle said, “At a time when humans place so much emphasis on individual and group differences, maybe we should spend more time on the ways in which we resemble one another and the rest of the animal kingdom.”
He added, “The conclusions throw up considerable mystery as to why the need for human life to start again was needed such a relatively short time ago, especially since the last known extinction we know of was during the time of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
“This opens up the possibility of an inbuilt human evolutionary process wherein we break down and die out, leaving the need to start from scratch.”
“If a Martian landed on Earth and met a flock of pigeons and a crowd of humans, one would not seem more diverse than the other according to the basic measure of mitochondrial DNA,” according to Jesse Ausubel, Director of the Program for the Human Environment at The Rockefeller University.
“Culture, life experience and other things can make people very different but in terms of basic biology, we’re like the birds,” Stoeckle explained.
“One might have thought that, due to their high population numbers and wide geographic distribution, humans might have led to greater genetic diversity than other animal species,” added Stoeckle.
“At least for mitochondrial DNA, humans turn out to be low to average in genetic diversity.”
Although many on the left are claiming that this doesn’t help any religious arguments about creation, it seems patently obvious to many people that the more science ‘learns,’ the more it proves the ancients writings of the Bible.