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|Quote (VMartin @ 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.|
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?
It seemed to me you were looking for some speciation event, not especially in dogs.
But you remark was irrelevant. Evolution "in Darwinian way" is not synonymous with speciation.