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|Quote (Joe G @ Dec. 12 2010,11:36)|
|Quote (OgreMkV @ Dec. 10 2010,13:54)|
What's the function of a bacterial flagellum? (yes, it's a trap, so I'll understand if you cowardly don't answer)
Can a bacterial flagellum that's missing one of the two motor proteins function? (yes, it's a trap, so I'll understand if you cowardly don't answer)
What's a reversion and why does it blow your concept of mutations and information completely out of the water? (yes, it's a trap, so I'll understand if you cowardly don't answer)
2- Perhaps, it depends on which proteins
3- No it doesn't do anything to that argument.
Ya see moron you have to first understand the argument before you can refute it.
1) Wrong moron... the true function of the flagella is excretion, mobility is a secondary function. Geez, you're stupid.
2) Which one? Damn you are dumber than dog spit. There are only two motor proteins
3) Then you have no argument either because the information content of all the mutations is the same.
Ya see moron, you first have to understand before anything...
Well, he answered, to bad he's shown himself to be a complete imbecile.
BTW: It's your hero's contention that bacteria flagella have no function without both MotA and MotB. This is wrong on TWO levels. First, the flagella maintains a secretion function without either AND if MotB is missing, then MotA and several other proteins take over.
IOW (I know you love that one): Irreducible complexity is wrong.
Let me ask you Joe... Does ID depend on mutations?
Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims.