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Author Topic:   Potential falsifications of the theory of evolution
BobAliceEve
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Message 33 of 968 (313106)
05-18-2006 6:08 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Minnemooseus
02-12-2002 11:41 AM


Lots of questions
I was fascinated to see this topic appear and am interested in participating but I have mostly questions. For example:
How long do individuals here think it will be before we understand genetics? It seems that with Chromosome 1 now "in the computer" so to speak that tremendous progress should lie ahead.
How long before we could, for example, electronically create "DNA" for a particular animal?
How long before we will be able to physically create "DNA" for a particular animal?
How long before a computer could "extrude" physical DNA from an electronic model?
I look forward to your feedback.
Bob, Alice, and Eve (BAE)

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BobAliceEve
Member (Idle past 5511 days)
Posts: 107
From: Seattle, WA, USA
Joined: 02-03-2004


Message 34 of 968 (313484)
05-19-2006 9:42 AM
Reply to: Message 33 by BobAliceEve
05-18-2006 6:08 AM


Re: Lots of questions
I dont' plan to falsify the whole ToE this week but want to explore the DNA aspect for falsification (everyone laughs) so, if you would please, what are the three greatest DNA supports for evolution?
I hear statements like "Common junk DNA proves a common ancestor" and terms like Genetic Affinity. How strong of evidence are they considered to be and what others exist.
And, if I could get some replies to my first post about computerization of DNA, I would appreciate the informaiton.
Thank you in advance,
BAE

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