Sorry about that.
If they represent an evolutionary sequence they should share at least 90% genetic homology.As you can see from the chart it's ~20%,humans and sheep are ~97% similar.That makes no sense in terms of evolutuion.
I think from a design perspective there is something that evolutionists over look. They ignore how complex even slight modifications can be. I once used this demonstration with my sister, JudyV:
This is a 1999 and a 2000 Ford Taurus. At first glance they are virtually indistinguishable but a design engineer will quickly notice that similarities are superficial only. I can tell just by a glance that these two vehicles share no common tooling for any of the parts you see.
Headlamps are totally different.
Bumpers are totally different.
Fenders are totally different.
Doors and door latches are totally different.
Windows are totally different.
Rear-view mirrors are totally different.
They may look similar but a design engineer would rightly say that going from the 1999 Ford Taurus to a 2000 Ford Taurus is a total redesign.
It's just as easy, from a design perspective to go from this:
The point is...It's not easy.
It takes intelligence, design, intuition, purpose, meaning and proper planning.
The pictures of flagellums and other components that are most similar, are more dissimilar then the two vehicles above but we are to, close our eyes, imagine, pretend, and believe that one changed into the other without any intelligent direction?
Compared to what God has accomplished through creation, our most complex endeavors, like the Hadron Collider...
...They don't even qualify as tinker toys. Yet we're the masters of the universe
, yeah right.