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franky172



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(Permalink) Posted: July 26 2007,10:26   

http://www.uncommondescent.com/science....-129228

Patrick, trying to distance himself from the absurdity of this thread, asks:


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Patrick
07/26/2007 9:45 am
ok…so who here believes that Darwinian processes are incapable of producing complexity?


Evidently, reading is beyond the scope of the typical IDer:

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tribune7
8:29 am
How are they more complex than other bacteria.


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tribune7
6:43 am
Bob, has a bacterium ever been observed mutating into something more complex?


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kairosfocus
6:36 am
Enough has long since been said — several times — to show why many of us note several problems with the assumption that we can credibly get enhanced functionality through random mutation


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Acquiesce
3:37 am
How can NS form a trend of increasing complexity while selecting based on increasing reproductive success.


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Atom
2:49 pm
q’s intial question about how NS can form a trend of increasing complexity while selecting based on increasing reproductive success…


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Atom
2:37 pm
If I am correct, the more unecessarily complex will be weeded out by NS


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Atom
11:53 am
How can NS select for increasing complexity when simpler mechanisms can (and do) replicate much quicker, more easily and robustly?


And that's just in the last 20 comments.

  
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