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Brian, quick note: What I meant by “Having only 10% of the evidence” is that any amount of evidence that any particular individual fossil specimen can yield is the 10% of it’s body structure, i.e., the skeleton. And knowing that most fossil specimens makeup much less than a full skeleton is very disconcerting. Given that this 10% of body structure is not sufficient for proper diagnosis without soft tissue, and that most fossils don’t even have 100% of this 10%, it should place a large amount of contingency on any evo. interpretations. 2/17/2003 3:09:44 PM  

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