Alright, with the release of Expelled looming like on the horizon like some big ridiculous monster, I thought it'd be fun to post a video about the relationship of humans to our great ape cousins. For added emphasis, I'm referring readers not to an atheist biologist like Richard Dawkins, but instead to devout Catholic biologist Kenneth Miller, holder of a Ph.D. in biology and a professor at Brown University. This is a fascinating video taken from a much longer 2 hour talk available here. In this clip, Miller talks about the evidence of chromosome fusion in humans, explaining why humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes while great apes have 24. Were there no evidence of a fusing of chromosomes in human beings, the theory of common descent between humans and great apes would be disconfirmed. On the other hand, mapping of the human genome shows an anomalous placement of centromeres and telomeres in the human genetic code that provides powerful evidence of chromosome fusion and, therefore, of common descent. Enjoy.