The New Scientist Error Regarding the Ancestor of Mammals

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An article titled ?Ancient genes rise from the dead? was carried in the 4 December, 2004, edition of New Scientist magazine. The article described a study performed by geneticists from the University of California?s Santa Cruz campus, in which the pig, horse, cat, dog, bat, mouse, rabbit, gorilla, chimpanzee and human genome structures were investigated.

An article titled “Ancient genes rise from the dead” was carried in the 4 December, 2004, edition of New Scientist magazine. The article described a study performed by geneticists from the University of California’s Santa Cruz campus, in which the pig, horse, cat, dog, bat, mouse, rabbit, gorilla, chimpanzee and human genome structures were investigated. The evolutionist researchers stated that the common factor of the data obtained bore the most resemblance to the genome structure of the mouse. Extrapolating from this they then claimed that the first mammal may have been a shrew-like creature. We have already responded to evolutionist comments regarding this study. You can read our response here.

2004-12-04 00:00:00

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