Monday, May 24, 2010

Evolution Success Story

An informative article at Science Daily:
"In some regards, this is one of the best demonstrations of evolution ever carried out in a laboratory"
It's always funny how bacteria producing bacteria, or dogs producing dogs is "success for evolution". If I ask to show mud-to-men, I'm told that would take too long.
"Over the three-year study period, the bacterial population remained diverse and appeared to adapt significantly well to the environment"
In three years, one strain of bacteria diversified. So evolution is fast: fast enough to explain all the current species descending from pairs on the Ark - which is not "science". But mud-to-men, which can't be demonstrated, is science.

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