Started skipping through the hangout to see if there’s anything interesting.
Very first claim I hear at 16:16-16:32 is that apparently there’s no way that 30 million DNA could be fixed between humans and chimps since they diverged several million years ago. This is trivially untrue. The calculations are just so easy to do, even on the back of an envelope. Say we diverged 6 million years ago, and have a generation time of 20 years. That’s 6,000,000/20*2 = 600,000 generations (total from both lineages. At a (haploid) mutation rate of around 50 mutations per generation, that’s 30 million mutations. The vast majority of these are neutral, and neutral mutation fixate at approximately the mutation rate, so on those rough numbers we can easily account for 30 million DNA differences. SFT can’t even get the very basics right.
Edited because I forgot to make the mutation rate haploid, silly me (see @glipsnort’s correction below):