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Surly1

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Re: Darwin
« Reply #15 on: November 16, 2013, 09:23:22 am »
Fair enough. But,

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When I get to it, I'm going to take a close look at facial reconstruction methods of craniums both in forensic science and archeology. WHY? Because I have read that the nose of hominids, being composed entirely of cartilage, is never preserved. Consequently, the shape of the nose in those "scientific" pro-evolution "reconstructions" of what the faces of the homonids from the skulls they have dug up actually looked like are a clear mark of a "hey looky here, this might be a missing link" agenda. Specifically, look at that nose (further up) drawn that looks like a cross between a human and an ape. That is not science; that is wishful thinking. 

If drawing such a reconstruction were your assignment, how would you proceed?  ??? ???

 

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