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Do oak trees and humans share a common ancestor other than common descent?

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“Not only does the oak tree and homo sapien share 70% identical DNA, the similarity of phenotypical features of the acorn with the adult human is compelling and, indeed, irrefutable,” says Dr. Richard Knuther.

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17 Replies to “Do oak trees and humans share a common ancestor other than common descent?

  1. 1
    FtK says:

    ROTFLMAO…

  2. 2
    ellijacket says:

    I am steady as an oak. Little did I know that I owed it all to my phenotypical features.

    Does this stuff ever end? Can it get more wacky? I’m not even an ID guy, I’m a creationist, but at least the ID folks have enough sense to see that things didn’t ‘just happen’!

  3. 3
    Gods iPod says:

    Nice acorns!!!

    😛

  4. 4
    Apollos says:

    I can always use a new euphemism.

  5. 5
    bFast says:

    Hubba Hubba

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    alan says:

    X RATED ACORNS! SHAME!

  7. 7

    No no no!

    These are swollen lymph nodes!

    What are you thinking!?!

    Gloppy

  8. 8
    Mung says:

    You people are nasty.

    All I saw were eyeballs.

  9. 9
    didymos says:

    And this crude, mildly (very mildly) amusing parody of evolutionary theory is supposed to establish what exactly?

  10. 10
    bFast says:

    Finch, you boob.

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    ungtss says:

    Does this stuff ever end? Can it get more wacky? I’m not even an ID guy, I’m a creationist, but at least the ID folks have enough sense to see that things didn’t ‘just happen’!

    I do hope we all realize this was a parody:). Check out the articles on evolution in hell and Dawkins losing the wager with Behe … I can’t figure out what side he’s on.

  12. 12
    Apollos says:

    Parody? It’s homology (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Besides, hasn’t anyone seen Friedrich Jier’s sprout drawings? Very compelling when compared with Haekel’s embryos.

  13. 13
    Apollos says:

    Sorry, *haeckel*

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    irreducible_complacency says:

    I’ll be impressed when involucres magically evolve the ability to grow hair and self-adjust their distance to a heat source.

  15. 15
    Timothy V Reeves says:

    Rubbish: The brites has been caught concocting evidence yet again. They’re implants.

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    Jack Golightly says:

    Gloppy,
    I see the connection now – swollen lymph nodes that secrete a fluid that happens to be nutritional to the young of the species. Sounds an awful lot like Goldschmidt to me!

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    RRE says:

    This is the funniest post ever.

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