They knew the human appendix did a job sixty years ago, actually
|January 4, 2012||Posted by News under Human evolution, News|
Instead of just being on the payroll.
Excellent, but this has been well known for over 60 years. I mentioned it in my recent book, Evolution has Failed. Here is the citation:
Over sixty years ago we find these words from the prestigious Quarterly Review of Biology, “There is no longer any justification for regarding the vermiform appendix as a vestigial structure” (Straus, 1947).
Sure, Doc Gator, but Darwin’s men needed a vestigial organ that people knew about (“She got her appendix out last summer …”), and the rest is just “Defend Evolution: 13 Key Talking Points.”
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