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Another Of The Increasing Number Of Nails In Darwin’s Coffin

Et tu, Pseudogenes? Another Type of “Junk” DNA Betrays Darwinian Predictions

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 05/01 at 08:36 PM
  1. It is interesting, Thomas, that you would post an article discussing the activity of certain DNA strands that have been thought to be inactive and which are thought to be remnants of unsuccessful copying.

    This discussion takes you quite far along the road to understanding the principals of evolution. You have genes, you have mutation, and you have inheritance of those mutations in this article.

    These are the vehicles which drive evolution, my friend.

    Welcome to the world of biology!
    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  05/03  at  11:17 AM
  2. Incidentally, it is through the use of those so-called "junk DNA" that Ossma Bin Laden's corpse was positively identified.

    Can you join me in congratulating our military, the Commander in Chief Barak Obama and his administration for accomplishing the capture Mr. OBL?
    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  05/03  at  11:22 AM
  3. Mr. Jay, with regard to your first comment, I have to ask if you even bother to read the posts, or just look at the headline and comfortably presume that your "scientific" beliefs are unchallengeable.

    How, by the way, does the discovery that genetic material thought by Darwinians such as Richard Dawkins to be useless junk, and therefore evidence of the purposeless randomness of Darwinian evolution, move me "quite far along the road to understanding the principals of evolution?"

    If one is a Darwinian of the Dawkins stripe, he has to believe that so-called junk DNA has no use within the cell. Demonstrating that, in fact, the junk DNA has a definite purpose adds to the complexity of even the simplest cells, thereby raising exponentially the improbability of Darwinian chance evolution.
    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  05/03  at  09:08 PM
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