If evolution is false...?
Does that sound about right, creationists?
Now consider the further implications of this. All humans share 99.9% of their genetic code meaning that the code that differentiates all people is not that vast. Without evolution nothing will change in that shared human 99.9% since we all have it and new information can't be added.
That means there's a very finite number of possible combinations within that 0.1% of information that makes us different. As time goes by and the population expands the number of combinations that have never happened in a human before will be outnumbered by the number of combinations that have already happened.
That means, after a certain point people will be giving birth to genetically identical copies of people who've died long ago. After a certain greater point it will be impossible to give birth to someone who isn't a clone of some on whose been born before. Mathematically there must be an upper limit of possible genetic code combinations and if the population is high enough (likely several time more people than the Earth can actually support) there would be a point where nobody could be born that didn't have an identical twin born by another mother.
So my questions:
Does this freak you out?
Does this idea have some fundamental flaw? (aside from assuming evolution is impossible)
Could this be what was meant in Revelation 20:5 "But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished. This is the first resurrection."? Could that mean in the 1000 year period mentioned in revelation the population grows so high that genetic reincarnations of Ghandi, Hitler, Siting Bull, Queen Victoria and every other person that ever lived become mathematically inevitable?
2) I never said evolution is not true. This is a hypothetical thought experiment looking at the implied genetic consequences of Semitic creationist doctrine.
4) 49 chromosomes? A very interesting angle bringing up the much broader philosophical discussion of what makes a human a human. HELA cells contain human DNA. Does that make them human? What about a futuristic android like the replicants from Blade Runner? Is there some ineffable quality that defines humanity or do you consider anythign that pops out of a human vagina human by default. It's a wonderfully deep subject.