Zachriel is Ignorant of the Common Descent Concept
This is too funny, an evolutionist choking on the concept of common descent. See it for yourselfs-
A family tree is not common descent, that is, unless you have a habit of marrying your cousins. In most cases, mating is between families, not within families.So only people who marry their cousins can have descendants? Really?
Earlier Zachriel posted:
If we group each organism with all of its descendants (forming clades), then yes, we would have a set pattern such that each subset is contained within its superset. That's due to the tree-like structure. The obvious deduction is that the traits of the leaves, given descent with modification, would naturally group together such that each subset is contained within a superset. The set patterns would closely match.So I said that a family tree is a clade (by Zach's definition) yet it doesn't form a nested hierarchy. That is when Zachriel sed that shit about a family tree not being common descent.
Common Descent in a nutshell: