The Gadfly believes he has stumbled upon Drumpf's family tree genome origin:
January 31, 2017 3:30 PM
A tiny wrinkled sack with a big mouth and no anus may well be the earliest-known of humans’ forebears. Meet Saccorhytus coronarius, a 540-million-year-old critter the size of a grain of sand, whose fossil remains were discovered in China.
Scientists say Saccorhytus is the most primitive of the known deuterostomes, a group of organisms whose living descendants include a vast array of animals from humans to starfish. The find, described in the journal Nature, sheds new light on the rise of vertebrates — and on the reason that certain evolutionary links in their line of descent seem to be missing from the fossil record.
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A "tiny wrinkled sack" with a "big mouth and no anus" ---- LOL! The consummate description of Dear Leader.
Put an orange, horse-hair toupee' on it and you have to admit dear readers - the physical resemblance is frighteningly uncanny.