On Monday, I outlined the reasoning that leads researchers to disregard important data in their search for genomic evidence to support the theoretical relationship between humans and great apes. In this week’s class TNRTB offering, my colleague Fuz Rana shows how studies of human and ape genomes don’t live up to evolutionists’ expectations.
Dr. Patricia Fanning
Patricia Fanning is an RNA biochemist with a PhD from North Carolina State University and formerly a consultant for software companies. As a visiting scholar to Reasons To Believe in 2011, she specialized in human embryology and evolutionary development and regularly contributed to RTB’s podcasts and publications.