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|Quote (Maya @ Feb. 26 2010,09:16)|
|Cornelius Hunter is a tard:|
|Finally, the evidence suggests the multiple mutations work together. Alone, some of the mutations have little affect on helping the snake resist the tetrodotoxin, but together the mutations have a tremendous effect. The weak mutations alone would have been less likely to have been selected and therefore, according to evolution, essentially simultaneous mutations are more likely to have occurred.|
Zachriel is already on his case, but really. Slight advantages aren't selected for? Simultaneous mutations are more likely than single mutations? And this guy is on the faculty at Biola?
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