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jeannot



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:20   

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Darwinists see everywhere crypsis or aposematism.

"Darwinist" investigate and test the plausibility of crypsis/aposematism, as in the study you just quoted. Meanwhile, I have yet to see any creationist doing that. You are being dishonest, Martin.  
   
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I disagree with giving curious cases of buttefly mimicry and mushroom coloration as examples where natural/sexual selection is not plausible explanation of the coloration.

Can't you really imagine a natural cause for the coloration of mushrooms, ie other than your [dubious and unexplained] PEH?
In the case of butterflies, the current theory explains the observation very well, but let's not derail this thread.

  
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