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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 01 2007,16:07   

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Summa: You are claiming something about coloration  having no scientific support for it. An idea of "survival advantage" of coloration precedes every serious research. It's a dogma. Your explanation is taken for granted. It is not very scientific, don't you think so? Your claim is - we haven't studied it deeply yet but our explanation is correct neverthenless.
But maybe not.


VMartin: I WILL ASK AGAIN.

You endlessly complain about 'Darwinism', but your whole strategy is nothing more than finding issues that haven't been resolved yet and crowing that 'Darwinism' has no answer.

And yet, YOU HAVE OFFERED NO HYPOTHESIS OR ALTERNATE EXPLANATION YOURSELF. YOU HAVE OFFERED NOTHING.

Martin, there is more to science than unproductive bitching.

Do you or do you not have an explanation for the coloration of swans and mushrooms that is better than 'Darwinism' provides??

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