Re: USA Today feature story

Msg # 1994 of 2000 on Relaynet Simpsons Echo
To: ALL, From: DABUCKNA@DIRECT.CA
Time: Wednesday, 8-15-7, 3:40
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On Aug 13, 2:54 pm, Paul  wrote:
> USA Today has a feature story about learning science from The Simpsons
> for which I was interviewed:
>
> http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/2007-08-12-simpson-science_N.htm...


"But natural selection takes generations, Halpern says, and successful
varieties must maintain a survival advantage over others. To prove his
assertion, Mr. Burns would have to track three-eyed fish over time to
see whether the extra eye allows them to spot food more quickly or
elude predators."
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Natural Selection - A Creationist's Idea
by Paul G. Humber, M.S.
http://www.icr.org/article/412/

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New eyes for blind cave fish?
by Carl Wieland, AiG-Australia
http://www.answersingenesis.org/docs2/4361news8-9-2000.asp



David Buckna

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