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VMartin



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 24 2007,15:14   

Quote (jeannot @ Sep. 24 2007,15:06)
Quote (VMartin @ Sep. 24 2007,13:10)
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.

Martin,
You apparently have access to a broad array of scientific journals. You haven't missed the hundreds of speciation cases that have been studied, then published during the last years, have you?

I have somehow missed any speciation from dogs. Or which ones do you have on mind?

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