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Message 19 of 95 (328913)
07-05-2006 10:16 AM
Reply to: Message 15 by Jonson-Needs_proof
06-22-2006 7:53 AM

So why have crocs remained the same for so long?
The answer is evolution, they have evolved to a state where they are perfectly developed for their environment and therefore any genetic mutations are either a disadvantage and therefore selected out or neutral (what could you change in a croc that would not be a disadvantage?)
I'm surprised IDists and crerationists haven't used the obvious link to the design principle, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Doesn't it take an intelligent entity to determine that a creature is "just right"?

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