Shouldn’t the marked drop in Republican believers cause a decline in the 60% of all adults who say humans have evolved over time?
The short answer could be that while the percentages of believers in evolution among Democrats and independents may not have changed much, the overall size of those two groups may have increased, offsetting the impact of the Republican shift.
His most radical experiment, though, was his attempt to produce a human-ape hybrid.
He felt that this feat was clearly possible in view of how successful he had been in his animal experiments--and how close evolutionary biologists then regarded apes and humans.
Ilya Ivanov (1870-1932) was an eminent biologist who achieved considerable success in the field of artificial insemination of horses and other animals.
Called “one of the greatest authorities on artificial fecundation,” he graduated from Kharkov University in 1896 and became a professor of zoology in 1907.
The experiments were supported by some of the most respected biologists of the day, including Professor Hermann Klaatsch The funds for his project equaled over one million in today's dollars.
Ivanov presented his human-ape hybrid experiment idea to the World Congress of Zoologists in Graz, and in 1924 he completed his first experiment in French Guinea.
Evidence from numerous scientific disciplines contradicts YEC, showing the age of the universe as 13.8 billion years, the formation of the Earth as at least 4.5 billion years ago, and the first appearance of life on Earth as occurring at least 3.5 billion years ago.He first attempted to produce human male/chimpanzee female hybrids, and all three attempts failed.Ivanov also attempted to use ape males and human females to produce hybrids but was unable to complete the experiment because at least five of the women died.But, is it caused by man and can anything be done about it? Supreme Court is being asked to rule on a suit which demands that the Environmental Protection Agency regulate the release of carbon dioxide as part of its air pollution responsibility. And because the effects of global warming are so small compared to the global average, great care must be taken to avoid bias in collection and analysis of the data.Environmental activism to reduce carbon dioxide emissions has reached a new intensity. The president is being heavily lobbied to subscribe to the Kyoto Protocol which would require the U. to emit less carbon dioxide than it released in 1990. Many pitfalls in this process have already occurred which have produced a lack of confidence in the results.