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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 4, 2002 16:29:25 UTC

"I'd ask for you to fully read whatever someone gives you and not to take the paper out of its own context."

Did you fully read the article before you posted it? If so, why did you take so long to tell me I was mistaken?

Anyway, I apologize for the misquote. You were right, it was accidental.

But, I'm not so sure I am wrong. As I posted before, the Hox gene causes more harmful mutations than beneficial. Therefore the organism would die as a result. Not helpful to evolution.

Since the 'cure' to the problem of the cambrian explosion was the Hox gene, and the Hox gene is actually harmful, then the cambrian explosion is still standing evidence for creation.

Once again, sorry for the misquote. KC2GWX 73's

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