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A The mouse and the cherry blossom, not random change

  1. Mar 11, 2017 #1
    Exactly how does a mouse brain and or body record a shock to mouse feet to mouse sperm cells. If you are familiar with the mouse experiment I find this fantastic, not so much because of what it shows, but because no one cares enough to expand upon it as it invalidates natural selection over a long period of time as the mouse creates deliberately, (not randomely) changed sperm in one generation.

    So why is this not being studied and expanded upon, these experiments happened in 2013 and are now gone? How would Darwin explain this

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  3. Mar 11, 2017 #2


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    Please supply reliable papers on peer reviewed accepted journals we can debate on. Google search isn't.
    Saltatory conduction is well understood. The concept of evolution contains more than one principle and is in part highly complex.

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