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Ichthyic



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(Permalink) Posted: June 27 2007,13:41   

this thread is for discussing the science involved in signaling.

something you haven't the slightest clue about, since you obviously missed the whole damn point of the paper you cited in your attempt to "tear down" evolutionary theory.

It's quite humorous that you are such an idiot that you in fact missed that signaling HAD, in fact, been supported in the paper, just not with visual cues.  which is exactly why I told you to go read up on how potentially neutral traits are maintained in a given population.

now run along back to your own thread where everyone can continue to laugh at you without the distraction of having to actually think about the real issues involved.

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