Joined: Feb. 2008
|Quote (Robert Byers @ Dec. 16 2009,23:07)|
|I don't confuse The evidence is as i present it.|
You mean non-existent ? Because all you have presented is vague hand waving and assertions.
I notice you didn't bother to explain dingos didn't become marsupial ?
|Its not the water or air but a innate impulse to quickly refill the earth. |
How does this "innate impulse" translate into changes in phenotype and genotype ? That is one of the many mechanisms you failed to produce.
The funniest thing to me about Roberts "but they look the same" argument is that even superficially, they really don't look that much alike. If I saw a thylacine out in the woods, I wouldn't say "look, a wolf!" I would say "WTF is that ?" Looking through the pictures at http://www.naturalworlds.org/thylaci....e_1.htm yes, it looks strangely doggy from some angles, but man that's weird looking critter. The films (1 2 3 4 5) don't really give much of a feel to how it would move out in the open, but it doesn't seem particularly dog like.