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Posted by Aaron Viviano on September 16, 2002 03:16:18 UTC

First for the calm voice in this form and for your responce.

The problem with using the word selection is that is what is implyed.

What I'm trying to say is this, wouldn't there be evidence of mutations right now that are benifical? All I have seen is negative mutations. If evolution is happening continuosly right now should there be at lest one example of a species improved? To clarify I'm talking Higher life forms. Bacteria are made to adapt, but they are still the same speices after the adaption. So a higher life form would be useful.

Also scientist have said that things like the fruit fly have stopped evolving. What? How can this be if evolution is correct? If the world is billions of years old how come anything is still evolving?

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-Aaron

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