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Author Topic:   Roger Clemens is the most evolved Human on the Plant
CurveballJesus
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Message 1 of 5 (280293)
01-20-2006 12:35 PM


Roger Clemens is the ultimate human. He is evolved to the point where he can pass on his 99 mph fastball genes to his son, Coby, who is now in the Astro's minor league system. If this isn't a case for natural selection, I don't know what would be.
This message has been edited by CurveballJesus, 01-20-2006 02:52 PM

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AdminPD
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Message 2 of 5 (280336)
01-20-2006 2:56 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by CurveballJesus
01-20-2006 12:35 PM


Make Your Case
Welcome to EvC,
If you seriously wish to discuss this topic, put some meat on this post.
How is he an ultimate human?
Show evidence that there are 99mph-fastball-genes.
Show how this ties in with natural selection.
Show the evidence that leads you to your conclusion.
Let me know if you wish to continue.

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AdminPhat
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Message 3 of 5 (280642)
01-22-2006 7:53 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by CurveballJesus
01-20-2006 12:35 PM


Lets play ball!
CurveballJesus writes:
Roger Clemens is the ultimate human. He is evolved to the point where he can pass on his 99 mph fastball genes to his son, Coby, who is now in the Astro's minor league system.
1) How do you want to proceed with your argument? Do you wish to present this as evidence of natural selection? If so, you need to rephrase your opening post to reflect your position.
2) Once you edit your post to make it clearer, (Push EDIT button to reword your post) tell us which forum that you want your topic to fit with.
Make your changes by January 31 at the latest.
Welcome to EvC by the way!
This message has been edited by AdminPhat, 01-22-2006 05:55 AM

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AdminPhat
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Message 4 of 5 (282270)
01-29-2006 3:35 AM


Thread moved here from the Proposed New Topics forum.

  
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Message 5 of 5 (285817)
02-11-2006 9:09 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by CurveballJesus
01-20-2006 12:35 PM


Explain Natural Selection
curveball writes:
Roger Clemens is the ultimate human. He is evolved to the point where he can pass on his 99 mph fastball genes to his son, Coby, who is now in the Astro's minor league system. If this isn't a case for natural selection, I don't know what would be.
1) Explain Natural Selection to me in a brief way.
2) Is there such a thing as a "curveball gene"?

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