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|Quote (Jerry Don Bauer @ Dec. 03 2012,11:11)|
|OK, Henry....And ...BTW, thanks for your intelligent, civil posts......speciation happens in small increments....I'm all over that...|
But the bottom line has to speak at some point.
And the bottom line says:...at at SOME point...a new species must emerge...that's what speciation IS.
So, At that point when speciation occurs, the proginating species will have to have, by the very definition of the word speciation, give birth to an entirely new species.
That new species will then not be able to interbreed with it's predecessors and must interbreed ONLY with it's own...new...species....
Science says nope......that original birth of a viable (it can live), fertile, (it too can produce offspring) new species isn't going to happen.
Can you tell us about the exact moment when you felt comfortable driving a car?
Evolution is not about laws but about randomness on happanchance.--Robert Byers, at PT