Anyone can answer this question properly?


How 99% DNA of Gorilla is identical to Human while Gorilla & Human never had S-E-X, Reproduction (500 M)years after GENDER appeared on Earth

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GENDER is dead end of Evolution theory,journey of a single cell was to become a Human,Because of GENDER Human will reproduce only within human species, no new species will appear on Earth after Human.Mission of God is accomplished.

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Evolution Theory is invalid,Devils Trick,Evolurion theory is root cause of Atheism, trying to ditract people from God by False speculations.

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Update 5:

This question demand a proper answer or all biologist depending on evolution theory is utterly failed,you can escape or skip this question now but your mind will try to find an answer to validate Evolution theory.

19 Answers

  • 9 months ago
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    We also share 90% with mice.  Similarity doesn't equal relatedness.

  • 9 months ago

    You know nothing about evolution or about sexual reproduction.

  • 9 months ago

    Actually the differences between gorilla and human DNA are a little closer to 98%.

    They're that close because it's been a relatively short time, in the overall history of life on earth, since the ancestry of humans and gorillas diverged. RELATIVELY short still means millions of years. Our last common ancestors would have been a species of prehistoric apes; after that, two populations of that species were isolated from each other, and one of them became the ancestors of gorillas, while the other became the ancestors of humans.

    The separation happened long before our ancestors were human, or much like humans. (The ancestors of pygmy chimpanzees and bonobos, two other ape species, didn't diverge from our line until later than the split with gorillas.) Once two groups have diverged far enough, genetically, that they are unable to interbreed, that fact ensures the genetic separation of their descendants. And there appear to have been multiple ape-like ancestors of humans before their descendants evolved what we consider human characteristics.

    You're correct that gendered reproduction happens only within a species. (At least mostly; there are some cases of hybrid offspring between some pairs of different species.) But what you're missing is that the gene pool of a species continues to evolve over generations. Some genes are lost, others mutate to produce new variants. That happens all the time, within localized populations; if a population remains isolated from others of its species long enough, there's a chance it will change enough to be unable to interbreed with those others. If both populations continue to produce offspring, they'll be different species.

    This takes quite a while with large mammals (like humans) because we reproduce relatively slowly. With fruit flies, some instance of genetic isolation of two populations of the same species have been observed in a matter of months.

    It boils down to this: Genes are usually BUT NOT ALWAYS precisely reproduced, in any form of reproduction, gendered or otherwise. Differences can arise, and sometimes those differences can be passed on. The evidence for this was clear to Darwin: breeders of purebred lines of domestic animals have to remove unwanted variants all the time, to keep those lines pure. Domestic breeding can be effective very quickly; naturally developing differences in populations take longer.

    But they happen, in both cases, and it's no good arguing against evolution on the basis that they don't happen.

  • 9 months ago


    Give the brain back to the poor rocking horse me little pleb before it gets angry I hope you dont get too hungry this winter eh

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  • Mack
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    Yes in 15 chars....

  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    Wow - reading your crap is like watching a first grader try to figure out Calculus.

    Honestly, you goddam christers can be incredibly stupid sometimes. Like now.

  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    GENDER (adjective) is not why humans reproduce.

    SEX (adjective) is why sexual reproduction happens between humans.

    People of opposite SEX (adjective) procreate.

    Not opposite GENDER (adjective).

    NO - If a lady decides to be GENDER man, he (gender) CANNOT get his (as lady sex) lady friend pregnant.

    YES - If a man decides to be GENDER woman, she (gender) CAN get her (as male sex) lady friend pregnant. (if he didn't ruin his male hormones)

  • 9 months ago

    I've never seen flying fish mating while in flight so how can they fly >

     And even if the do f*ck in flight it does not prove gods exist /

  • 9 months ago

    'Anyone can answer this question properly?'

    Yes - you are a f**king moron.

  • 9 months ago

    No I don't think I can heh

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