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Re: [Killietalk] sex, temp. and evolution
On 1/2/2008 Capt. Morgan wrote:
"It seems to me this takes far less faith to accept than some
yet-to-be-conceived alleged advantage of allowing temperature to determine
sex one way in crocodilians and the opposite way in most, but not all
turtles. It really is difficult remaining an evolutionist! I know, for I
couldn't do so after looking objectively at the facts. Can you? Should you?
Perhaps most surprising is you can actually have a personal relationship
with the Creator of turtles, alligators and people."
> "sometimes a simple answer is thee answer ..""
Seems to me the obvious and objective answer is the temp affect is totally
accidental, since the sex of each species is determined by temp. but the
effect on one is inverse to the effect on the other. Clearly no
"intelligent design" there!
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