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Message 49 of 59 (600689)
01-16-2011 2:18 PM
Reply to: Message 46 by Aaron
01-15-2011 3:29 AM

Re: Common design failure
As far as cytochrome c goes, you would expect that bacteria cyt. c would be closer to fish than to horses based on the evolutionary tree - but the opposite is true.

No, you would not expect that - not if you understand evolution. Can you think why, when initial naive thoughts may suggest otherwise?

Also, the genetic sequence of hemoglobin in lampreys is more genetically similar to humans than to carp - again, not what ToE would predict.

Again, wrong - and again, can you think why?

Here's a hint - when are these measurements being made?

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