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Tailbone “Serves No Purpose”?

Although evolutionists since Darwin have been foisting such nonsense on the public, anyone who bothers to investigate the role of the coccyx can see that this is not true. The coccyx does, in fact, make a valuable contribution to the human body, while its alleged derivation from tailed ancestors is based on evolutionary assumptions, not hard facts.

Written by Keaton Halley
Originally published April, 2017

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Original article: Tailbone “serves no purpose”?

Human tails?

‘Vestigial’ Organs: What do they prove?

Badly designed arguments—‘vestigial organs’ revisited

Human tails and fairy tales

Vestigial arguments: remnants of evolution

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