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Docosahexaenoic acid vs. creative use of mutations in natural selection

When we realize that nutrient chemicals metabolize to species-specific pheromones that control reproduction in species from microbes to man, the story line about random mutations or the effect of any mutation on adaptive evolution changes.

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Biological facts constrain proponents of random mutations theory

theory can now be compared to the biological facts of evolved gene, cell, tissue, organ, organ system reciprocity, which is obviously due to the epigenetic “tweaking” of immense gene networks by nutrient chemicals and pheromones.

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Pattern recognition: How rational is that?

Study suggests that analytic thinking can undermine religious belief “Recently there’s been an emerging consensus among [researchers] … that a lot of religious beliefs are…

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Creation vs Evolution? Pre-existing genetic variation, not random mutation

The honeybee is an invertebrate model organism that exemplifies the vertebrate molecular mechanisms of evolution via pre-existing genetic variation, not random mutation, that are detailed here.

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