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Author Topic:   Evolving the Musculoskeletal System
Jumped Up Chimpanzee
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Message 128 of 527 (578234)
09-01-2010 7:25 AM
Reply to: Message 124 by ICdesign
09-01-2010 4:06 AM


I here a lot of inferences made as people peer into a microscope. I see a lot of people pointing to mutations gone bad. I hear a lot of high fulootin biological mubo-jumbo but I don't see any real and tangible evidence being offer up that rm/ns is capable of producing complex new structures.
rm/ns does not produce complex new structures. It produces tiny, gradual changes to existing structures, that over millions of years may accumulate to form complex structures.
What is the obstacle that you see in that process? Where is the barrier that makes you think organisms can only evolve so far?

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