Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Look for scientific discovery on genetics to influence origin debate

A major scientific study just published in Nature concludes that there are far greater variances in the DNA of one person versus another. Instead of sharing 99.9% of the same DNA as everyone else, the study concludes that variation within human beings can be as much as ten times greater than previously believed.

This is a significant scientific breakthrough that will probably change the fundamantal paradigms of the study of genetics.

Look for scientists involved in the evolution/intelligent design/creationism controversy to analyze this data for its implications for that debate.

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