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Adam and Eve had the highest amount of genetic information, but as these groups of people migrated and mated with each other and similar descendants repeatedly (like family members mating). Genetic info is lost, and they develop 'race traits'

Athlon4all, Christian Forums 9 Comments [1/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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WTF?! || meh
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Irreal

So, you can't believe that DNA chain got longer as time went on, but can't show the mechanism by which a DNA strand could pass on incomplete data and still result in healthy off-spring?
Basically, you think everything used to be perfect, and will get worse until you go to heaven.
We think everything used to be crap, but we will make ourselves better until we reach heaven.

3/20/2008 4:59:30 AM

SpiderWeb

so they had loads of extra DNA, but it got shorter and shorter as inbreeding carried on, and then the loss of genetic info created the different races? do i have that right?

3/20/2008 5:46:18 AM

szena

You seem to think that DNA is like a bank account.

3/20/2008 11:18:49 AM

El Guapo

Adam and Eve were allotetraploids with fixed heterozygosity at every locus.

I think this just goes to show that the wages of sin include secondary diploidization and population differentiation. At the very least you can expect increases in fixation indices. When Fst = 1.0, Jesus will return in glory!

Amen, brother.

3/20/2008 12:35:42 PM

Freboy

Athlon4all may have heard of telomeres, but as fundies always do he missed the point completely.

3/20/2008 1:50:12 PM

Princess Rot

Inbreeding... you're not doing it right.

3/20/2008 2:13:20 PM

Canadiest

How much ya wanna bet he thinks Adam and Eve were white? Therefore the other races are...? Billy?...Anne?...Come on kids you know this...Rauol, put your hand down, no one care what you think!

3/21/2008 1:28:37 PM

Philbert McAdamia

Oh, I think I get it --- the human race has been degrading since it started, to the point where we now have fundies...

3/21/2008 2:12:03 PM



No. At most two different alleles per gene per person. Next question.

6/14/2011 9:26:13 PM
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