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Drastic Mutations Can Help

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Posted by Rich on June 3, 2002 16:34:15 UTC

In drastic environments. Suppose an asteroid hit Earth. That would be a good time to become a burrower. Live in the ground, where the temperature is rather constant.

Drastic mutations can help in times of need, and then eventually, the time of need would pass, but the adaptation works so it sticks.

As for the Cambrian explosion, I can't answer. My field speciality lies in Geotechnical Engineering. That means I'm exposed to alot of geology. I also have strengths in Physics and Relativity.

I have virtually no wealth of knowledge for evolution, just the good faith that the people I've dealt with, do their job to continue the field, as they are doing.

I believe that you are probably in the same boat as I am with biology. So perhaps, you should stop speaking with an authority that you have not gotten yet. I rarely discuss or argue subjects I'm ignorant of.

We should stick to our strengths and stop getting all of our info from YEC websites.

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