Joined: Oct. 2006
|Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ June 21 2007,02:54)|
|GilDodgen notes: |
|Another enigma about the development of life: A single cell divides into two identical cells, which divide into four, etc. How do the cells, since they are identical copies of the original cell, know when and how to differentiate? Where does this information come from?|
Well, even I know that one! Gradients right? You'd think that Gil would pick up a damm book before pontificating.
This is what annoys me so much about UD and its posters. They spout off triumphantly about some well understood aspect of biology (well understood by biologists, not by them) and then essentially go 'ha! how do the Darwinists explain that, then, eh?'.
Gil, a little advice: the fact that you are ignorant about a subject does not mean that everyone else is.