« on: 05/08/2022 23:29:29 »
I just listened to Richard Dawkins say that there was no first man, like Adam. That evolution is gradual, offspring the same as the parents. But that makes me think of DNA counts, such as two chromosomes in fish, maybe four in reptiles... then 46 in our ancestors, who may have cross bred with red headed Neanderthals. And our common ancestors with Gorillas, and the leap from 46 or 44 Chromosomes to a working group of 48 chromosomes in the new species to be Gorillas. Are these offspring immediately different from their parents? How does it happen and how does it work?