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C.J.O'Brien



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 15 2005,13:01   

Quote (J. G. Cox @ Dec. 15 2005,17:09)
Scordova wrote:
 "On what basis can he claim that such selective forces existed in the past?"

 answer: the principle of uniformitarianism, without which most science is impossible.

MmmHm.
That, and the absolute logical necessity of differential survival of varying replicators in an environment of finite resources.

Sheesh, Sal.

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