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Posted by Phil.o.Sofir on December 14, 1999 07:33:10 UTC

: : : The most that can be said of embryology in support of Darwinim is that embryos in a given class tend to resemble one another in a given stage of development. Pharangula have been misinterpreted as "gill slits" by some mis-informed evolutionists, in vertebrates these structures go on to form various structures of the neck region in different species. "Recapitulation" is the term used to describe the [imagined?] process whereby evolution is recapitulated during ontology and has been discarded as a means of supporting evolutionary theory.

: : ***Mammilian embryonic pharangula has no origin in the past related to other species/evolution? : : What is their purpose during that stage?

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: bzrd here: To propose that embryonic pharangula are evolutionary artifacts can only be regarded as an assumption without empirical basis; from a purely objective standpoint, you can only say that it is simply a stage of development.

***So what is the purpose of them? And what do you judge the odds are of such a coincidence of form/shape/function/simularities? realated?

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