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Nicely Said, Harv, Except...where's The Evolution?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on September 14, 2002 15:56:26 UTC

Harv wrote:
"The woodpecker question is in a long line of unsolved problems."

I guess you didn't buy 'argument' that
the flow of genetic information though
millions of generations of birds could
just as well create a woodpecker as an
albatross, with no regard for "species creation"
but instead via gradual cellular changes.

I like the sentiment you express-- enthusiasm
for science.

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