Ok, In what way does this show the provided evidence to be wrong? May I see the research?
All of the alleged ancestors of chimps and humans in the chart you provided are all either aligned with Orangutans or Gorillas.http://www.scienceda...90618084304.htm
(June 18, 2009) Ã¢â‚¬â€ New evidence underscores the theory of human origin that suggests humans most likely share a common ancestor with orangutans, according to research from the University of Pittsburgh and the Buffalo Museum of Science. Reporting in the June 18 edition of the Journal of Biogeography, the researchers reject as "problematic" the popular suggestion, based on DNA analysis, that humans are most closely related to chimpanzees, which they maintain is not supported by fossil evidence.
Mandibular ramus morphology on a recently discovered specimen of Australopithecus afarensis closely matches that of gorillas. This finding was unexpected given that chimpanzees are the closest living relatives of humans. Because modern humans, chimpanzees, orangutans, and many other primates share a ramal morphology that differs from that of gorillas, the gorilla anatomy must represent a unique condition, and its appearance in fossil hominins must represent an independently derived morphology. This particular morphology appears also in Australopithecus robustus. The presence of the morphology in both the latter and Au. afarensis and its absence in modern humans cast doubt on the role of Au. afarensis as a modern human ancestor. The ramal anatomy of the earlier Ardipithecus ramidus is virtually that of a chimpanzee, corroborating the proposed phylogenetic scenario.
The shoulder blade of A.aferensis (top left) is also aligned with Gorillas (top right).
Although the authors do still beleive in evolution,they all agree that none of the fossils provided on your chart are aligned with Chimps.Even Human and Neanderthal DNA has tested 99.9% identical and there is more variation than that within modern humans.
In 2006, news was released that scientists had found Neanderthal DNA to be as much as 99.9% identical to modern humans. However, this does more than shorten the gap between Neanderthals and humans, since it is recognized by the mainstream scientific community that any two humans on earth have genes that are 99.9% identical to each other.Such recognition of modern genetic divergence also serves to acknowledge Neanderthals as fully human genetically.
In the fossil record,we can also find very modern fossils (AL-666-1) that pre-date the oldest H.erectus fossil by ~0.5 million years according to conventional dating methods.