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Author Topic:   Is there really such a thing as a beneficial mutation?
ramoss
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Message 115 of 223 (343234)
08-25-2006 8:15 AM
Reply to: Message 40 by mjfloresta
08-24-2006 5:04 PM


Re: Beneficial mutation
That is easy enough. Look at the development of the ear. We have fossil evidence on how that developed. it can be shown, via fossil evidence, how selection caused the ear to form.

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Message 123 of 223 (343261)
08-25-2006 10:12 AM
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08-25-2006 8:24 AM


Re: Beneficial mutation
No, you are quite wrong on that.

The fossil evidence shows that the ear developed from the jaw bone of a dinosaur.

Here is a bit more information.
http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/comdesc/section1.html#morphological_intermediates_ex2


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