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Ichthyic



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(Permalink) Posted: June 27 2007,13:23   

ok, now this idiot is trolling an actual thread about something NOT him.  What's more, the response to his idiocy is even in his own thread.  AND in this one.

look UP idiot:
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no, not at all.  martin was assuming that coloration was associated with signalling, and if no role for signalling is found in fungi, then the entire darwinian narrative breaks down. It doesn't, since the signalling has been supported in the very paper he chose to cite, just not with visual cues.



can we please boot his ass now?

he's more than irritating.

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