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Author Topic:   molecular genetic proof against random mutation (1)
peter borger
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Message 271 of 274 (22560)
11-13-2002 7:00 PM
Reply to: Message 268 by Mammuthus
11-12-2002 5:51 AM


Dear Mammuthus,

You say:

Then perhaps you have a "scientific" rebuttal to post 266?

I say:

You missed my mail 209 in the mol gen evidence for a multipurpose genome thread. (Dr Page send in duplicates)

best wishes,
peter


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Message 272 of 274 (22655)
11-14-2002 8:24 AM
Reply to: Message 271 by peter borger
11-13-2002 7:00 PM


quote:
Originally posted by peter borger:
Dear Mammuthus,

You say:

Then perhaps you have a "scientific" rebuttal to post 266?

I say:

You missed my mail 209 in the mol gen evidence for a multipurpose genome thread. (Dr Page send in duplicates)

best wishes,
peter


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Sorry, don't see how that rebuts SLPx' post 266 and the references it contains. Perhaps point by point in this thread where it was brought up?


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Message 273 of 274 (26039)
12-09-2002 1:19 PM


Random mutation is only a force of evolution when combined with natural selection.

At the sub-genome level, Kimura's neutral theory of molecular evolution seems to be more releveant.


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12-23-2002 9:23 AM


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