Tuesday, November 8, 2011

invisible poofing sky pixie

October 31, 2011 at 7:36 am

We know from actual experiment that it is possible to select minimally functional sequences from a random library of sequences.

Now which is the more rational assumption: quintillions of bacteria produce a minimally functional mutation every few million years, or that an invisible sky pixie drops in every few million years an poofs a sequence into existence.

There’s no proof either way, but you can accept a process that has been observed, or one which hasn’t.

I don’t believe you ever responded as to why you think speciation of protein coding sequences and the resulting isolation is a problem. I believe I asked about the Basque language and whether it was poofed into existence.

October 31, 2011 at 12:48 pm

I don’t respond to “arguments” that I don’t understand, or that just don’t exist.

Be more clear, and we’ll see…

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Nice try, gpukio ol' boi, but of course you actually do respond to arguments all the time that you don't really understand and you, like all the other IDiots, think that anyone who argues against what you say must be wrong. You also know exactly what Petrushka means but you just don't want to face facts that do exist. You'd rather believe in completely made up religious bullshit for which no evidence whatsoever exists. Praise the invisible poofing sky pixie!