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Old September 6th, 2012 (8:56 AM).
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Originally Posted by Gliberty View Post
This is why I am not a full-fledged advocate for the evolution theory taught in schools now. I think that there needs to be more emphasis on the fact that it is just a theory, and then differentiate actually facts from the potential outcome of those facts. Not to say, by ANY means I am an advocate for intelligent design; I believe that discussion should be taught as a sociological viewpoint - not a science. Great find on this article, this evidence raises the question of how fast and radical the process of evolution is (under the assumption that evolution is an existing process).

The articles doesn't imply or state that there's anything wrong with Evolution as theory. (And let's remember what Theory means in scientific terms here, meaning the final result is backed by empirical data) It's proving evolution - a single mutation or genetic anomaly is all it takes to necessitate biological change.
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