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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 02 2007,23:42   

Okay, everybody, ready for our next game of 'Darwin'?

Beer bottles ready...

LET'S GO!

 
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Darwinists


*gulp*

[uh oh, that was quick]

   
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are pretty nervous of the case of coloration of animals and started denigrate me having no arguments.
First they tried to obscure the problem by gibbering  about DNA. Now they only denigrate - as usually btw.

Another case is well-known butterfy Peacock - Inachis io. This butterfly has eye spots on the wings. Darwinistic


*chug*

   
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explanation is that Natural selection created them. Once they were only indistinct but those butterflies with better eyespots were selected and by such way eyspots were refined. Nice story.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inachis_io

Everybody knows also Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta).
They are colorfull without eyespots inhabiting in Europe
vast areas. Here the darwinian


*swig*

   
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story about evolution of their coloration is totally different one.  

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanessa_%28butterfly%29


Ugh, I think maybe I need to lie down...

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