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Posted by Harvey on October 1, 2002 21:12:00 UTC

You can use links as a reference to your argument, not as a defense of your argument. If you want to debate, then cite your argument. Otherwise I see this 'go read this' as nothing but an indoctrinated kid's way of talking to the Sunday school Bible teacher with any doctrine questions.

***Some new spiecies have come about throughout the last 5,000 years, through natural adaption. They are very close to the original, but have changed some because of the new enviroment. (Do not confuse this with MACROevolution. This is MICROevolution) An example of this difference is dogs. Pomeranians and dachunds are quite different. But they both came from a original kind. The amount of varation is limited, so dogs can not evolve over time into a completely diferent spiecies, like a deer. The point is that there were probably more original kinds on the ark, thus fewer spiecies. But even is this did not have much effect, there was plenty of room. Read that link.***

Where do you get this stuff? Mutations can affect any gene, and there is no evidence to suggest that gene mutations are limited to small changes in the organism. In fact, given the protein folding exhibited in life's genome and the complexity of that genome, scientists are now studying how a few regulatory processes can control a whole avalanche of changes. I see no reason (or evidence) that these avalanche of changes are somehow restricted to some genetic rule. Again, where do you get your scientific information ( seems to be your only source)?

***H: "Even the question is a big joke." S: Hmm...I didn't laugh. I guess I don't get it.***

Of course you didn't. For you, asking how 5-100 million species fit on the Ark is a question with a legitimate answer. Unfortunate.


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