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Two archaeologist's are exploring some ancient ruins when they enter a cave and find two perfectly preserved nude bodies. One of the archaeologists looks at them carefully and states to the other archaeologist, "We've discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve". The other archaeologist replied by saying "You're absolutely correct. We have most assuredly discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve". How could they be so certain they'd discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve?

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Two archaeologist's are exploring some ancient ruins when they enter a cave and find two perfectly preserved nude bodies. One of the archaeologists looks at them carefully and states to the other archaeologist, "We've discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve". The other archaeologist replied by saying "You're absolutely correct. We have most assuredly discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve". How could they be so certain they'd discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve?

no navals.

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they had no navals. every other human, where their umbilical cords attatched to their mother's placenta in the womb, would have a naval (aka bellybutton). Adam and Eve would not have.

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Wow you guys are good.

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Scratching head ... what's archeology got to do with ships?

When they got the bodies back to Forensics, they would discover identical DNAs and, on the man, a thoracic scar and a missing rib.

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Absence of naval

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Scratching head ... what's archeology got to do with ships?

When they got the bodies back to Forensics, they would discover identical DNAs and, on the man, a thoracic scar and a missing rib.

They had no navEls.

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Scratching head ... what's archeology got to do with ships?

When they got the bodies back to Forensics, they would discover identical DNAs and, on the man, a thoracic scar and a missing rib.

Serriously ??????

What does DNA stand for?

National Association of Dyslexics

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What does DNA stand for?

National Association of Dyslexics

DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid-->it is basically the blueprints of your being; it dictates what color eyes you have, how tall you will be, what kind of personality you will have, etc.

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Seriousl??????/

was regarding previous post. I am not a believer in the origins of man with regards to adam and eve!

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Two archaeologist's are exploring some ancient ruins when they enter a cave and find two perfectly preserved nude bodies. One of the archaeologists looks at them carefully and states to the other archaeologist, "We've discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve". The other archaeologist replied by saying "You're absolutely correct. We have most assuredly discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve". How could they be so certain they'd discovered the bodies of Adam and Eve?

[spoiler='2nd thought what if they are test tube babies brought to maturity artificially without the need for umbilical chords and were left here by higher intelligence!

']Aliens!!!!.... sorry keep looking for A+E, they must be around somewhere!

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