Some researchers think they are on the track of how we get to Beethoven’s Fifth and quantum theory from Ooga! Ooga!
To explain what sets human apart from their ape relatives, researchers have long hypothesized that it is not so much the DNA sequence, but rather the regulation of the genes (i.e. when, where and how strongly the gene is expressed), that plays the key role. However, precisely pinpointing the regulatory elements which act as ‘gene dimmers’ and are positively selected is a challenging task that has thus far defeated researchers.Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, “The DNA Regions in Our Brain That Contribute to Make Us Human” at Neuroscience News
No. Not really. If your coins keep coming up heads instead of tails, millions of years after millions of years, something is happening that isn’t mere chance.