"AlphaT" wrote:If you replicate a picassso in one of his paintings' images, will it vary? Yush.
Well, studies show its declined to 95% but either way.
But we dont, have we ever found an ape man before?
If the one doing the replication is good enough, the replica will be indistinguishable. And I think omnipotent counts as good enough.
There is no ape man. What is meant with common ancestor means that humans and apes (or rather, the chimpanzee and ######## share a common species that they originated from. This species has been designated CHLCA (Chimpanzee-human last common ancestor). It was so close to a chimpanzee in terms of genetics and DNA structure that researchers are suggesting it should be classified as a member of the Pan genus and named Pan prior.
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