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For Deb: you’re absolutely right. Observations show us that small amounts of genetic swapping/variation happen within a kind. And selection is a conservative mechanism that keeps a stasis on populations, as well as a check on detrimental genetic mutations. However, notice that it is a CONSERVATIVE process. Darwin philosophically proposed that this conservative mechanism was powerful enough to change a species over time to an entirely different genus and eventually class; no evidence. 2/19/2003 12:23:18 PM  

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