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Author Topic:   How do you define the word Evolution?
deerbreh
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Message 3 of 936 (259692)
11-14-2005 4:30 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by bkelly
11-14-2005 4:10 PM


Assuming you mean biological evolution, Percy's definitions are good ones.

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deerbreh
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Message 19 of 936 (260207)
11-16-2005 10:40 AM
Reply to: Message 10 by bkelly
11-15-2005 10:48 AM


Why exclude human intervention? Change is change, regardless of the cause. No reason why humans can't be part of natural selection and evolution.

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