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(Permalink) Posted: July 02 2009,12:29   

I'd think if you were trying to model a natural phenomenon, you would have an example in mind. Something from the real world to model. But maybe that's just me.

I haven't heard of any decline in the fecundity of asexual organisms. All the species I know of that are listed as in danger of extinction seem to be in danger due to reduction of or rapid change in habitat,  or due to introduction of diseases or predators. Neither of these causes involves genetic entropy.

I just wonder what observation led to the genetic entropy hypothesis.

Any version of ID consistent with all the evidence is indistinguishable from evolution.

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