Do you think that humans could have evolved randomly, into what we are, over 800,000 years?
That's the key issue, isn't it?, When it comes to evolution theory?
if you don't think this could have happened randomly, do you think it is silly to even suggest that it could? I know little about this subject, but when I think about what I do know, it seems naive to think that all of this unfolding could have occurred randomly.
Perhaps I have missed information that speaks to the contrary, but I wonder if mainstream academics are afraid to speak candidly about evolution's apparent irrelevance as a model that explains literally all change through a random processes only. Would you agree with this generalization?
Also, would you agree that the 800,000 year timeline is a reasonable frame of reference to even ask such things?