It is rare, it seems, for an entire species to evolve into another species. Usually it is a small population of the species, isolated from the rest somehow, that evolves. So you can have new species arise while the old species remain."The guilty one is not he who commits the sin, but the one who causes the darkness." Clearly, he had his own strange way of judging things. I suspect that he acquired it from the Gospels. -- Victor Hugo
Another way of looking at the question raised in the OP is this--If Natural Selection is true, then why aren't humans the only species of primate extant?
Did you read the thread? that question has already been answered, pretty much. If you didn't like the answers, maybe you should respond to those points instead of just repeating stuff.
"The guilty one is not he who commits the sin, but the one who causes the darkness." Clearly, he had his own strange way of judging things. I suspect that he acquired it from the Gospels. -- Victor Hugo
My point is thus: Every major civilization at the beginning of time (dated around 6,000 A.D. has believed not only in a God (or gods), but in a creation.... Therefore, the only explanation would be that all of these stories came from a real event.
Well, if it were truly a real event only 6000 years ago (I think your dating is, er, a bit off), then I would expect that the majority of creation myths would agree substantially in most of their details. But since all creation myths are very, very different, I think we can conclude that they are not based on any real event in the recent past.
Spare a thought for the stay-at-home voter; His empty eyes gaze at strange beauty shows And a parade of the gray suited grafters: A choice of cancer or polio. -- The Rolling Stones