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Chris Hyland



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2006,01:55   

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What I like about these two examples are the potential explanatory nature of the mechanisms behind mutation.  I favor movement towards a more robust description or inquiry behind some the concepts behind mutation, random mutation, environmental influences and pressures, etc.
If you think this kind of thing happends most of the time and is responsible for most of evolution i think your barking up the wrong tree. Im afriad you wont get your robust description any time soon.

  
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