„If we look at certain proteins, yes, man then -- it can be assumed that man is more closely related to a chimpanzee than other things. But on the other hand, if you look at other certain proteins, you'll find that man is more closely related to a bullfrog than he is a chimpanzee. If you focus your attention on other proteins, you'll find that man is more closely related to a chicken than he is to a chimpanzee.“

—  Duane Tolbert Gish, Gish has repeatedly been challenged to support this claim, but has failed to do so: ** Source http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/cre-error.html
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