Source please? Was it two ply or three ply?
6/30/2006 7:55:46 AM
except in X-Men.
12/6/2006 11:19:37 PM
What about disease resistant bacteria? I do believe that they are the product of a mutation...
7/10/2007 9:47:32 AM
I am a biologist.
I say you fail.
7/10/2007 9:51:55 AM
NEVER NEVER NEVER has w4e actually researched anything on the subject. Religion hinders the species, and is not conducive to understanding the environment.
7/10/2007 11:48:32 AM
7/10/2007 12:02:26 PM
The link doesn't lead to the quote. Someone tell FSTDT this.
7/10/2007 7:32:33 PM
Neeeever... neeeever.... NEEEEVER... never run away.
7/11/2007 10:52:36 PM
CCR5-delta32 mutation, when homozygous confers immunity to HIV and bubonic plague. I'd say that's a pretty helpful mutation.
6/17/2011 5:15:20 AM
6/17/2011 11:03:34 AM
Look, we don't know the scale of random evolution vs regular evolution (whatever you think the difference is) so that was a just ignorance from word one. Creationist doublespeak. There's no difference as all changes are random, it's the change having an advantage that counts.
There's no mind driving this, there's no plan, everything alive today is a product of an edge, a slight advantage to exist. Random has no meaning in this scenario, random (by definition) is what happens, regardless of common.
6/17/2011 6:46:21 PM
This, kind sir, is bullshit.
9/22/2011 8:26:06 AM
Polydactyl cats. They can't make cheeseburgers, but they can climb and catch flying prey a lot better than their un-mutated cousins, which gives them a big advantage when feral in urban environments.
Your Argument Is Invalid.
9/22/2011 9:23:41 AM
Lack of knowledge about grammar hinders communication, makes you look uneducated and not worth listening to.
9/22/2011 11:44:03 AM
People that died because of antibiotics resistant bacterias would certainly like to have a word with you, if they were not dead.
1/3/2012 10:13:32 AM