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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 25, 2002 17:28:36 UTC

"In order for them to seperate into all the genus' we see today, an amount of evolution must have happened that absolutely DWARFS the timescale evolutionists use. You don't know it, but you believe in more evolution that I do."

A common thought of evolutionist is that it takes huge amounts of time for microevolution to occur. This is not the case.

For example, mosquitoes entered the London Underground about 100 years ago. They were forced to change their eating habits (they had fed off birds), and adapted quickly. So quickly, they are already a new speices. 100 years, a new speices.

That is one example. Here are some more:

http://www.answersingenesis.org/home/area/magazines/docs/v23n2_speedy.asp

Sam, KC2GWX

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