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Default 09-10-2011, 04:51 PM

anyways Faye and this is directed to Faye ONLY;

The Peppered Moth

peppered moth is an example of observed evolution (speciation)
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Default 09-10-2011, 07:11 PM

It's anyway without the "s"...

and it's not an example of "speciation"...
do you even know what the definition of species is? Of course not ... Failed again!
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Default 09-10-2011, 07:40 PM

i've already read that scimitar and about the guppies.
fish can change to their environmental camouflage more or less instantaneously. i have seen it hundreds of times. so??? what has that got to do with human beingas and apes?
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Default 09-10-2011, 07:41 PM

doesn't species differentiation, mean they can't procreate?
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Default 09-10-2011, 08:13 PM

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It's anyway without the "s"...

and it's not an example of "speciation"...
do you even know what the definition of species is? Of course not ... Failed again!


you'll grasp on TO ANYTTHING

ok Snce running a Fast Food Restaurant seems to give you the ability to refute and debunk journal publications by people who have spent years researching and determining how evolutions mechanisms work

and I'm in your eyes an ignorant derelict who has not the slightest clue what theyre speaking about

would you take the dare if I set up a debate with you and a PhD in Molecular/Evolutionary Biology?

Since you're clearly an expert ....this shouldn't be a problem right?

Since you claim that all of our arguments are wrong or based on a lack of knowledge ......why not meet with someone who has Credentials in their Expertise?

Do you care to take the challenge or did you suddenly after numerously consistent replies back to me get "too busy" because you "have a life" to have such a debate? ahem ahem

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doesn't species differentiation, mean they can't procreate?
Molecularly speciation is the formation of a new gene which becomes so different in the population that it no longer transmit the old genes to offspring. That's why quite often when you have a horse and donkey mate, they form a mule, the mule is sterile. It has information coded which is no longer compatible either of the original species.
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Default 09-10-2011, 08:23 PM

a female mule can sometimes reproduce with a hinny. that is not sterile.
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a female mule can sometimes reproduce with a hinny. that is not sterile.
that's the keyword, that's why I said often, not always, but the rate and frequency of reproduceability is not nearly as great as those mating from either parent species ....agreed?
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Default 09-10-2011, 08:46 PM

haha... that was from a quick google. well you taught me something now. i never knew about the mule not being able to reproduce with another mule and never heard of a hinny before.
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Default 09-10-2011, 09:22 PM

well eventually species become so differentiated that they can no longer mate, but mating and the ability to with parent species demonstrates genetic drift
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