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|Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Dec. 08 2011,08:21)|
|Quote (Southstar @ Dec. 08 2011,08:12)|
|but it's so little and so rare that it isn't enough to drive evolution.|
The question to ask them is what is the number that's required to allow evolution to operate?
If they don't know then on what basis do they say it's "too little"?
Okay well they could just answer well whatever the number is, the one that you got isn't enough, as the super scientist dr. Behe has clearly shown. Gain of function is just to rare to justify evolution in the time frame that we have.
If you have a better number with a wider study prove it.
Playing devils advocate
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