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Posted by Mario Dovalina on May 14, 2002 16:24:26 UTC

"So where does that new protien enter into the genetic code?"

Dude, it's gradual. A lizard did not give birth to a chicken. It's a slow process. These changes are not fast. It begins with small changes, but they ADD UP. Small changes in the coding eventually lead to the synthesis of new proteins.

"then why is life not creating itself
in the wild right now?"


It should be. But it would be so primitive that it couldn't compete, and would probably die out.

I'll get to your fossil post tonight. Busy now.

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