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Question For My Darwinist Friends

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Posted by bzrd on July 15, 1999 17:54:40 UTC

Here is a hypothetical question for you Darwinists. Suppose, by the result of some calamity, all of the domestic dogs suddenly became extinct with the exception of the St. Bernard. After a few million years the St. Bernard is still doing well. Meanwhile a paleontologist has the good fortune to excavate the fossil remains of every "species" of dog from the poodle through the german sheppard etc. What do you suppose his conclusion would be?

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