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|Tell me, Joe. Have you ever done a calculation? |
He sure has! Behold!
So, an aardvark only 202 characters?
Didn't Berlinski count 50,000 character differences between cows and whales?
Dr Page proves he is an imbecile.
The definition of an aarvark only has that many characters.
Are you that stupid that you can't even understand what I post?
Do you realize that 13 year olds understand what you cannot?
So what was your point in bringing up a definition of an aardvark ? How does this relate to the amount of 'specified complex information' in an organism?
Well Richard perhaps you should read that blog entry.
But most likely that won't help because you are an evotard...
So I will spoon-feed you-
In the post "Measuring Information/ specified complexity" I used the definition of an aarvark as an example of how to measure specified information to see if complex specified information is present.
Chromosomes. are. all. connected. It is one long polymer. Called the DNA. - oleg t
BTW: Joe, our position (i.e. evolution) does NOT require that there existed a species of ape-humans with 47 chromosomes.-Kevin McCarthy, ignorant of genetics