Joined: Nov. 2011
|Quote (Henry J @ Dec. 11 2011,20:18)|
Okay the conversation has reached a point, where a few people have asked:
Give us the smoking gun, show us an example of evolution that:
1) Envolves a new spieces that can no longer reproduce with the parent spiecies.
2) In which the new spieces has novel DNA
3) In which the mutation cannot in any way be classed as epigenetics.
Or in any case give us an example of evolution that cannot have "other" alternative explanations. These are simple people asking this question
To this last question I would answer cetacian evolution. We have a very good fossil record that shows step by step evolution.
Your thoughts on all of this?
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