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Would every evolutionist here agree that the number of generations we are made of should greatly outnumber the total number of mutations that we are made of?
[11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Tom S. Fox
No, because every single person has a whole bunch of mutations.
8/13/2009 3:13:36 PM
Nope, we don't agree, we're all transitional specimens for the next generation and so were our parents and grandparents, etc, whether you like it or not.
8/13/2009 3:17:16 PM
Actually, this isn't really fundie; if you read the source he's quite a nice guy and very reasonable.
11/30/2011 7:02:34 AM
If you would be kind enough to rephrase your question so that it makes sense, I would be happy to answer it.
11/30/2011 9:51:06 AM
Why? Consider the number of people in the world. In one generation there are millions more born, thus millions of chances for a mutation.
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