> Date: 27 AUG 1996 17:38:12 GMT > From: James Foster <email@example.com> > Newgroups: sci.bio.technology, sci.bio.misc, sci.math, > bionet.molbio.evolution, bionet.microbiology > Subject: Re: Several questions on evolution, and mutation (rate) > > I've heard the argument in this thread SOOOO many times that I have a > canned response (stolen largely from Richard Feynman): > > On the way into work this morning, I saw a license plate 1L18875. What > are the chances of THAT!?
> The probability that life has arisen from selective pressure on mutation > is exactly one. After all, life HAS arisen that way.
Must be nice to know everything so you can just ASSERT the facts - I guess you were there???
> -- > James A. Foster email: firstname.lastname@example.org > Laboratory for Applied Logic Dept. of Computer Science
Applied logic lab - I can't resist that - I guess you're just creating some right there??? And from Idaho no less. It's great to just be able to assert the conclusion and then create the logic for it.