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Author Topic:   Transitional fossils not proof of evolution?
Brad McFall
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Message 199 of 223 (341084)
08-18-2006 1:40 PM
Reply to: Message 196 by Chuteleach
08-18-2006 1:09 PM


is a crab a bracket? or did id Evolve??
It may be illogical if the word "resolved" circumscribed below IS NOT because the polytomies spatially cross a temporal actuality restricting the attribution to Wanger and Erwin further. I do not know that this has even be theoretically supposed anywhere in the literature.
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quotes from Gould's Structure of Evolutionary Theory on the pages indicated
Edited by Brad McFall, : spellIng

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