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kalimero
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Message 46 of 50 (367565)
12-03-2006 2:01 PM
Reply to: Message 45 by RAZD
12-01-2006 9:17 PM


Re: bump / Re: To all:
the bb population just got there and had not had time to breed with the aa population -- "for awhile" does not readily apply if they weren't there long enough to breed

I'll definitely ask that one, thanx.

the bb population is a migratory variation to a non-migratory aa population -- they pass through every year on their migratory route, but never interbreed because they aren't there during breeding season

It's a bit of a stretch, but I'll try.

there have behavior barriers to mating that prevent interbreeding even if it is possible

This is a hypothetical question in ecology, this kind of assumption is a bit irrelevant.

BTW: I have been watching the videos Modulous posted ("Beyond Belief"), highly recommended!!!


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Modulous
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Message 47 of 50 (367566)
12-03-2006 2:06 PM
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12-03-2006 2:01 PM


Re: bump / Re: To all:
BTW: I have been watching the videos Modulous posted ("Beyond Belief"), highly recommended!!!

A bit out of the blue for this thread :) But yes, they are excellent material. Long long long, but filled with an interesting and wonderful exchange of ideas.


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Message 48 of 50 (368309)
12-07-2006 8:26 PM
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12-03-2006 2:06 PM


Re: bump / Re: To all:
where's the link mod?
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Message 49 of 50 (368373)
12-08-2006 6:54 AM
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Re: bump / Re: To all:
http://beyondbelief2006.org/Watch/
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Message 50 of 50 (368374)
12-08-2006 7:06 AM
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11-16-2006 4:07 PM


What's really cool is finding people with one green eye and one brown eye. I also know a man where one hemisphere of both eyes is blue, and the other hemisphere is green.

Nice post nemesis.

I was born with blue eyes. As I got older, maybe starting in my early thirties, my eyes turned green. When I felt what I thought to be a baptism of the Holy Spirit, my eyes turned back blue again. Go figure.


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