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Author Topic:   Darwin- would he have changed his theory?
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Message 4 of 195 (118148)
06-24-2004 2:28 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by tubi417
06-24-2004 1:55 AM


How and why
I can't see any reason why he would. Can you suggest any possible connection?

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Message 66 of 195 (151604)
10-21-2004 11:01 AM
Reply to: Message 30 by SirPimpsalot
10-21-2004 8:49 AM


Nothing to do with evolutionary theory
...to the Big Bang theory

This has nothing to do with Darwin's evolutionary theory. Where in any of his writings does he discuss the origin of the universe?


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Message 69 of 195 (151609)
10-21-2004 11:07 AM
Reply to: Message 50 by SirPimpsalot
10-21-2004 9:41 AM


First life?
Darwin's theory says nothing about how the first one or a few organisms arose. Evolutionary theory says nothing about how the first imperfect replicator arose.

I'm a bit astonished that regulars here have missed that point.

Darwin leaves it as unknown as to how life arose. Evolutionary theory is about changes in already living things. Yours is a common misunderstanding.


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Message 193 of 195 (153037)
10-26-2004 10:50 AM
Reply to: Message 191 by crashfrog
10-25-2004 4:59 PM


Precision?
Crash, you did somewhat imply that the code was universal and more strongly that the mitrochondria were the exception (with no hint there were others).

You're getting a bit cranky sounding over simple nit pick where you did leave the wrong impression.


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