Addresses and refutes the common defensive statements used by proponents of the dating methods.Special emphasis is on demonstrating that discrepant results are not the exception, but the rule, and that arguments used to justify so-called good dates are, when closely examined, arbitrary and without foundation. But the reality of the day is that any method based on assumptions can never offer absolute results.
Remember the gender roles we were just expected to play out?
Thanks to the influential feminists they have now been destroyed!
Perhaps the most widely used evidence for the Theory of Evolution through Natural Selection is the fossil record.
The fossil record may be incomplete and may never fully completed, but there are still many clues to evolution and how it happens within the fossil record.
The genetic equidistance phenomenon was first noted in 1963 by Emanuel Margoliash, who wrote: "It appears that the number of residue differences between cytochrome c of any two species is mostly conditioned by the time elapsed since the lines of evolution leading to these two species originally diverged.