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|Quote (keiths @ Dec. 26 2008,22:07)|
|Heh-heh. Looks like we have a new loyal reader in gpuccio. He's even combing through the archives to see where he's mentioned:|
|I have recently read in a darwinist site an unilateral critic by someone to my affirmations about uniform distribution in the search space of proteins. This unilateral critic, of whom I was naturally not aware until by chance I read his post following, for other reasons, a link from here, argued that I was wrong in assuming an uniform, or quasi uniform, distribution, because an evolutionary search does not work that way, but works with what already exists, and the sequences near an existing functional protein are extremely likely, while most other sequences have amost zero probability to occur.|
(He's referring to this post of Zachriel's from December 17.)
You seem miffed that your "unilateral critic" posted his critique here instead of confronting you at UD. Do you wonder why? Think about it. (Hint: Zachriel used to post at UD, and then "something" happened. Ask Clive -- he seems to be developing a taste for that "something".)
So Zachriel can't engage you there, but you and other ID supporters are more than welcome to comment here, where we don't censor the people who disagree with us. The moderators might even set you up with your own thread. They've done so for other ID supporters.
How about it?
Thanks for the heads up, keiths. Well, gpuccio. We know you're watching. How about leaving the protective embrace of Uncommon Descent, and engaging the issue?
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