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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 14, 2002 01:18:16 UTC

"Bacteria evolve rapidily to become "immune" to our medicines. Some are killed off, but some survive and reproduce to create super bacteria that our antibiotics don't work on. Evolution can be done in the lab. It has been done for years with the breeding of dogs and corn. It can be created in a laboratory with inserting ampicillian resistant genes into the plasmid DNA of bacteria."

Why is this evidence for macroevolution? All this
proves is microevoultion, which, as I have said
a whole lot, is not inconsistant with the creation model. Here is my post for dog evolution:
http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/17226.shtml KC2GWX 73's

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