A Step in the Quadrupedal Direction?
I'm a little behind in my extra-curricular science reading, so this is about a week old, but it's still bizarre:
An editor of a noted scientific journal says he has discovered a genetic defect that seems to set back the clock on human evolution by more than a million years.
Its victims walk on all fours and mouth a primitive language, the scientist reported. He added that the syndrome may literally undo eons of evolution, and thus reflect with some accuracy what our ape-like ancestors were like.
The researcher, Uner Tan of Cukurova University Medical School in Adana, Turkey, has posted an online video clip of an affected woman walking on all fours, her face blurred.
So, I hate to display my ignorance because there is really so little of it. But has anyone ever heard of World Science? It looks like a science tabloid site.
But I guess if the anti-Evilutionist crowd believes the Discovery Institute, why wouldn't they believe World Science? Think about it, ID-ers: the story really explains a lot. From The Huge Entity:
'Backward' humans: "...were not aware of time and space. For instance, they did not know where they live (which country, which village, which city)." - link
Bush comparison: "Wow! Brazil is big."
"But we've got a big border in Texas, with Mexico, obviously - and we've got a big border with Canada - Arizona is affected." - link
'Backward' humans: "...were mentally retarded..." - link
Bush comparison: "I understand small business growth. I was one."
"I know that the human being and the fish can coexist peacefully."
Commenting on the name of a reporter's son: "Can you imagine if my name had been Mungo Bush?" - link
I'm still holding off on the celebration until we finally locate the mutation that makes people watch Bill O'Reilly.