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Author Topic:   Where is the evidence for evolution?
judge
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Message 38 of 367 (30523)
01-29-2003 3:53 AM
Reply to: Message 34 by John
01-28-2003 7:20 PM


john:
PeterB has been trounced at every turn. I don't think it we who need to learn something.
Judge:
Hi John..I have been following these threads with much interest, and it appears you have as well. Very interesting aren't they! Sequence similarity is an important pillar in the evidence for common descent, and creationists arguments in this area have been criticised in the past on the basis that the protagonists weren't trained in the area. It is certainly interesting for me to see Dr Borger look at this alternative.
I wonder would you be able to explain concisely exactly how PB has been trounced at every turn?
Can you explain how he was trounced in his analysis of mtDNA?
It does not seem clear but perhaps you can explain it a bit better?
I am no expert here so I may be missing somethign obvious, and it usually pays to consider all perspectives.
Thanking you in advance.
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judge
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From: australia
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Message 44 of 367 (30589)
01-29-2003 3:45 PM
Reply to: Message 40 by John
01-29-2003 9:28 AM


john:
This stuff spans twenty pages and several threads. Is there a specific claim? Looks like the bulk of the mtDNA material involves randon vs. non-random material. Is this the subject you intend? Let me know. I'll deal with it later today, I hope. Looks like a busy one.
judge:
More specifically the most recent stuff, on divergence between modern humans neandethals and chimps. (added in edit) woops just noticed SLP's reply..this may give me something to chew on
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