Are half our bodies not “human”?
|April 15, 2018||Posted by News under Cell biology, Human evolution, Intelligent Design|
From James Gallagher at BBC:
Prof Rob Knight, from University of California San Diego, told the BBC: “You’re more microbe than you are human.”
Originally it was thought our cells were outnumbered 10 to one.
“That’s been refined much closer to one-to-one, so the current estimate is you’re about 43% human if you’re counting up all the cells,” he says.More.
Well, if that’s true, human life is not at all what the lectern splinterers claim.
See also: If viruses can evolve in parallel in related species… ?
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