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Twelve Ways Homo Sapiens are Not Primates

                                                                  Lloyd Pye
                                             Alternative Knowledge Researcher


  1. Human Bones – Much thinner and lighter.
  • There is not one primate bone that is identical to a human bone
  • This is one of several arguments against the missing link.
  1. Human Muscles – 5 to 10 times weaker pound for pound than primate muscles.
  2. Skin – Human skin not well adapted to direct sunlight.
  3. Adipose Tissue – 10 times as much.
  • Inability to self-heal after a cut.
  • Adipose acts as a “wedge” preventing the connection of the skin.
  • This supports the aquatic ape theory.
  • Subcutaneous fat (insulating from cold water).
  1. Body Hair – Not a lot of body hair (missing), hair patterns are reversed.
  • This supports the aquatic ape theory.
  • Loss of body hair (hair creates drag in water),
  • Primates:
  • Thick on the back.
  • Light on the front.
  • Homo Sapiens:
  • Light on the back.
  • Heavy on the front.
  • What is the selective advantage of having a reversal of hair patterns?
  1. Human head hair & Nails – Not the same as primates.
  • Webbing between fingers (supports aquatic-ape theory).
  • Other primates don’t have this.
  • Human head hair & nails must be trimmed.
  • What is the selective advantage of human head hair and nails?
  1. Human skull & Brains – Not the same as primates.
  2. Locomotion – Obviously quite different.
  3. Speech – Throats completely redesigned.
  4. Sex – Human females have no sign of a typical mammalian estrous cycle.
  • Human Females;
  • Have a monthly period.
  • Can conceive anytime of the year.
  • No, it is in reference to the fact that only human women have a monthly period and can conceive at any time.
  • Every other mammal goes into "heat" at specific times so that they only have offspring at times of year when there is adequate food and temperatures for them to survive. We are the odd ones out.
  • Primate Females (along with other mammals):
  • Go into “Heat” at specific times.
  1. When the environment is optimal (food & temperature)
  2. This will ensure that their offspring has the best chance for survival.


  1. Genetic Disorder – Humans have over 4,000 genetic defects.
  • What is the selective advantage of these defects?
  1. Chromosomes – Reduced to 46 from 48.
  • Didn’t lose a chromosome just fused.
  • Human chromosome 2 is a fusion of ape chromosomes 12 and 13 with most of the same genes.




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