Does the evolution of the species originate from aliens?

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The simulation step-by-step of the first humanoid apes (human ancestors) with 46 chromosomes from apes with 48 chromosomes illustrates it is unlikely.

Human evolution.

The theory of evolution (Which was presented by Charles Darwin in the book the origin of the species) is widely accepted among scientists, thanks to genetic analysis and fossils that have been preserved and show gradual development through natural selection. Religious circles did not like the subject from the beginning, primarily because evolution provided a scientific explanation for something perceived as the act of creation. I must emphasize that my point of view is not religious but scientific.

The differences between the DNA of apes and humans seem seemingly small, a total of 4%. But the 15 million differences in precisely the correct sequence! are not the hand of chance or evolution by natural selection.

 

Simple methodological simulation of the first apes that underwent the mutation that reduced their chromosome number to 46 as humans have. 

  1. Mutations caused the first-ever ape to fuse chromosomes, which were born with 46 chromosomes like humans. in place of 48. (In most cases, such changes result in a sick animal with low survival)
  2. Suppose the (first) ancestor was healthy and survived; it could not have produced fertile offspring with another great ape. Such hybridization would have created an ape with 47 chromosomes (similar to humans with Down's syndrome), and most likely, that hybrid child would be infertile. (Similar to a mule which is a cross between a horse and a donkey)
  3. Another possibility (even less likely) is that two identical mutations were created within a short time interval among opposite sexes that allow sexual reproduction.
    1. Since evolution requires inheritance, if such a pair was formed, those two individuals had to mate among all the other individuals.
  4. Since monkeys, including great apes, avoid incest, this is unlikely. Because it required the nuclear family's mating, the first was created with 46 chromosomes.

The conclusion that humans descend from apes seemed self-evident at the time, but on closer inspection - it does not stand the test of reality! The ancient humans resemble monkeys, but the conclusion that they are a direct result of evolution from apes, which is entirely random and spontaneous, will not stand up to a much more accurate simulation.

 

Darwinian evolution explains the first-order changes of the same species through natural selection. Still, it is lacking in animals (especially mammals) with different numbers of chromosomes. 

  • Take, for example, the modern horse, descended from an ancient creature of the canine family, in a documented and graded process that took about 50 million years.
  • Horses have 64 chromosomes (32 pairs) while dogs have 78 chromosomes (39 pairs), so unlike humans and monkeys, where the difference is a single pair, a gradual process is required here. Adding and subtracting chromosomes is possible, as it also happens in humans. But in humans, it causes Down's syndrome, and in animals, it often causes morbidity and death!

Let's assume for a moment that "a new dog with 76 chromosomes or maybe less" is created. This is still not enough. Pairings of species with an unequal number of chromosomes often lead to sterility, similar to the case of a mule, a cross between a horse and a donkey.

 

Evolution is only inherited. Therefore, the same mutation, with the same number of chromosomes, was supposed to occur in a member of the opposite sex for them to produce fertile offspring. The probability of a double mutation event, But in the case of the opposite sex, it randomly stands for the power of minus 50 or higher! (completely unlikely)

 

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Frequently asked questions and answers:
Is the principle of natural selection controversial?
The principle of natural selection is not controversial; it has many supports in fossils and observations of the living world.
Did the science of genetics exist in Charles Darwin's time?
Charles Darwin died in 1882. In his time, modern genetics did not yet exist. DNA was only discovered in 1953 by James Watson and Francis Crick.
Why is it important to start the simulation of chromosomal evolution from the first animals that underwent the mutation?
A simulation of chromosomal evolution in mammals demonstrates the difficulty. Mammals reproduce by sexual reproduction only. Mammals usually do not reproduce by incest. Changes in the number of chromosomes often produce diseases, a short lifespan, and infertility!
How did no geneticist notice that chromosomal evolution is not plausible?
The fossil findings and the genetic analysis support the approach of chromosomal evolution. Geneticists accepted Darwinian evolution as an axiom without questioning it or performing mathematical-statistical simulations.
Did the theory of evolution deal with the origin of life on earth? (Abiogenesis)
The theory of evolution did not deal with the origin of life on earth. Although there are scientific explanations for spontaneous creation, well-known scientists claim that the statistically random creation of a binary code (like a computer language) of DNA is improbable.
Don't the genetic and fossil findings provide conclusive proof of evolution?
I have no dispute about the findings, only about the interpretation. Second-order evolution (chromosomal evolution) cannot be random! The meaning is clear.
Can Genesis 1:26-28 be attributed to extraterrestrial intervention?
A school of thought claims that the statement that we were created in God's image implies an extraterrestrial genetic load in humans.
Is there a way to check if humans have genetics from an extraterrestrial source?
Since there is no detailed documentation of extraterrestrials and DNA samples of extraterrestrials, there is nothing to compare. Therefore it is not possible to reach an unequivocal conclusion.
A computer simulation of breeding the first apes with 46 chromosomes (instead of 48 in apes) may shed light on the origin of humans.
A computer simulation of the DNA of the first generations (on quantum supercomputers) of the great apes who received the mutation that merged chromosome 2 and created 46 chromosomes (like humans) may provide science with the possibility to confirm or deny the claims that man derives from the ape.
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