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How to move like an ape

(1:32) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes featurette demonstrating ape movement from the movie.

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cengland0 cengland0 (1181 days ago)

Humans walk like apes too because we are one of them. Apes are a group of animals that include orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, and humans.

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Humans walk like apes too because we are one of them. Apes are a group of animals that include orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, and humans.

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Guest: SS.ATM (1181 days ago)

the more you know!

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the more you know!

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Guest: LondonBoy (1180 days ago)

You may be one of them! But where is the link? We have thousands of Ape and human bones but only a handful of of so-called 'links' of the transformation and half of them have been proven as fakes. We should have an equal number of links - therefore it only remains an unproven theory, with 50% of the links proven as fakes that people wanted to prove a theory!

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You may be one of them! But where is the link? We have thousands of Ape and human bones but only a handful of of so-called 'links' of the transformation and half of them have been proven as fakes. We should have an equal number of links - therefore it only remains an unproven theory, with 50% of the links proven as fakes that people wanted to prove a theory!

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Guest: PaxoRoosterBooster (1180 days ago)
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Your mistake is the belief that 'evolution' is proposing humans 'transformed' from apes. It doesn`t suggest any such thing. What evolution proposes is that apes and humans shared a common ancestor, many, many millions of years ago. At some point in the history of that species it diverged into several separate strands, one ended up at apes, one ended up with humans, several probably didn`t survive.

If I told you I went to bed as a white person and the next day I woke up black you wouldn`t believe me. But if I say that one thousand years ago my ancestors were mostly under 5 feet tall and hairy and died before reaching 20, but nowadays they are averaging 5 feet tall and are less hairy and live to 85 would that be difficult to believe?

Evolution talks about the same sorts of changes happening over millions and millions and millions of years.

And anyway, if God didn`t want us to find evidence for evolution why did he do such a bad job of hiding it?

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Your mistake is the belief that 'evolution' is proposing humans 'transformed' from apes. It doesn`t suggest any such thing. What evolution proposes is that apes and humans shared a common ancestor, many, many millions of years ago. At some point in the history of that species it diverged into several separate strands, one ended up at apes, one ended up with humans, several probably didn`t survive.

If I told you I went to bed as a white person and the next day I woke up black you wouldn`t believe me. But if I say that one thousand years ago my ancestors were mostly under 5 feet tall and hairy and died before reaching 20, but nowadays they are averaging 5 feet tall and are less hairy and live to 85 would that be difficult to believe?

Evolution talks about the same sorts of changes happening over millions and millions and millions of years.

And anyway, if God didn`t want us to find evidence for evolution why did he do such a bad job of hiding it?

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cengland0 cengland0 (1180 days ago)

I wasn’t talking about any links. You are probably referring to the theory of evolution while I was just pointing out that there is no single animal called an "ape." That is a group of animals and humans are part of that group.

An analogy would be like saying chicken taste like poultry.

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I wasn’t talking about any links. You are probably referring to the theory of evolution while I was just pointing out that there is no single animal called an "ape." That is a group of animals and humans are part of that group.

An analogy would be like saying chicken taste like poultry.

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Guest: originalmad (1180 days ago)

Actually humans dont walk like the rest of the primates, Its a distinguishing feature of homo sapiens that they are only primates who are fully bipedal (can stand fully upright) .It also been proposed, that it is this singular feature which is due to the orientation of our hips and gives problems during childbirth, which has lead to humans given birth to relatively smaller and underdeveloped offspring, and acts as a driver for the evolution of intelligence/advanced learning

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Actually humans dont walk like the rest of the primates, Its a distinguishing feature of homo sapiens that they are only primates who are fully bipedal (can stand fully upright) .It also been proposed, that it is this singular feature which is due to the orientation of our hips and gives problems during childbirth, which has lead to humans given birth to relatively smaller and underdeveloped offspring, and acts as a driver for the evolution of intelligence/advanced learning

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