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Genetic drift: Again, a legitimate process, but says nothing past the MICRO end of the alleged macro process (variation within a kind, color, size, etc. but an organism never becomes something other than it’s fixed BASIC genetic blueprint (dog still remains a dog), it otherwise turns into a defective mutant, i.e., it never goes past a certain point without disastrous results as a direct result. Species allocations are still tenuous at best. A wolf, coyote, and a domestic dog are all considered separate “species”, but all can still interbreed.) 2/26/2003 1:21:10 PM  

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