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Author Topic:   MACROevolution vs MICROevolution - what is it?
onifre
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Message 93 of 908 (456926)
02-20-2008 6:31 PM


There is no difference between micro and macro if you take into account transitional fossils. There is no great leap from micro to macro, the whole arguement is wrong, transitional fossils, like that of the whales, shows descent with modification. There is no need, in respect to the whale(and all other species), to have a micro/macro discusion. We classify them as different species giving them the appearence of a micro/macro change but they don't just change from one species to the next. The micro/macro debate is old, many transitional fossils have been found and the debate should have been put to rest, I see it hasn't.


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