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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 24 2007,14:00   

Quote (VMartin @ Sep. 24 2007,14:10)
2) If Dawkins thinks that dogs somehow support evolution in darwinian way, he should show us some speciation. Dogs are only dogs whatever you do with them. You only work with pre-existing variability which are showed up by breeding.

It seems obvious that artificial selection pressures have resulted in a wide variation of dog phenotypes in a very short amount of time.  Whether or not these are "species" by any rigorous definition is irrelevant.  The point is that selection pressures can produce physical variation.

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Many scientists will persist in comfortable oblivion about their Creator ... until it is too late.

  
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