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Author Topic:   Is there really such a thing as a beneficial mutation?
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From: Texas!!
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Message 150 of 223 (343325)
08-25-2006 12:13 PM
Reply to: Message 148 by Admin
08-25-2006 12:09 PM

But your assertion is a good example of your preferred approach to discussion that many have been disclaiming about. It is just an unsupported assertion barren of any argument or supporting evidence. If you'd like to discuss whether evolution is falsifiable then I suggest you propose a new thread, but be prepared to bring more to the table than mere assertion.

Such a thread has been proposed. Message 1

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