Being an engineer and not being a biologist/geneticist, some honest questions have come to my mind after reading through the references above:
- Are the remaining 22 chromosones identical between humans and primates?
- Are the experiment conditions listed in the paper comparable to "actual" conditions? [I'm still trudging my way through the paper, but I find reading biologist-ese difficult; I require a translator ;) ]
This an open invitation to civil discussion on the above references. Ad hominem comments are not welcome and will be deleted.
Side note: this appears to be along the lines of what Dr. John A. Davison is proposing, that macroevolution occured in the chromosones, not the genes.