Peer-reviewed journal notes that Ida is not part of human ancestry

This story comes to me from Lone Wolf Archer.

Probably the two best peer-reviewed science journals in the world are Science and Nature. Well, Nature is now reporting on a new piece of research just released showing that the Ida fossil, which was touted by Darwinists as THE MISSING LINK, is actually not a part of human ancestry at all. It’s related to lemur ancestry!

Here’s the Nature story:

A 37-million-year-old fossil primate from Egypt, described today in Nature1, moves a controversial German fossil known as Ida out of the human lineage.

Teeth and ankle bones of the new Egyptian specimen show that the 47-million-year-old Ida, formally called Darwinius masillae, is not in the lineage of early apes and monkeys (haplorhines), but instead belongs to ancestors (adapiforms) of today’s lemurs and lorises.

Lone Wolf Archer has more here, including a link to a longer story that explains the details.

2 thoughts on “Peer-reviewed journal notes that Ida is not part of human ancestry”

  1. Seems like a very weak story – science proving a fossil isn’t what we thought it was doesn’t disprove evolution, or should I say, evilution.

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  2. I’m currently doing a study on human evolution and the fossil record. I have to tell you, pretty much all evidence is sketchy and all articles attempting to prove human evolution are weak because there is very little evidence available that can be made to support the theory. You’d be surprised how few people have actually seen a real human “ancestral” fossil.

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