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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 1, 2002 05:32:35 UTC

"Uh huh" seems to say "yes."
"Uh uh" sounds like no. Which were you saying?
Point 2): BOTH...mutations AND novel re-combinations create slightly modified forms.
All you have to do is study it. You have spent all this time trying to help someone else disprove
a theory BEFORE even understanding what they were saying. It is FINE to try to disprove it, but better to understand it first."

I was saying Uh-huh with a heavy dose of sarcasm.

Once again, you assume that mutations can be beneficial, and that the organism is gaining new genetic information.

Before you continue, make sure you understand I am not arguing MICROevolution. Minor adaptions (i.e. Bacteria developing resistance) are a fact, and are not a challenge to the creation model.
I am arguing MACROevolution. These minor mutations can not lead to a major speicies change. Ok?

Sam, KC2GWX

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