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February 25, 2004

A Beneficial Mutation

"Only rarely is a mutation beneficial — such as better disease resistance or higher intelligence — although those rare ones are the ones that drive evolution along new paths. But, mostly, we are mutants, an accumulation of errors. " Kenneth Chang, "Every One's a Mutant," ABC News, January 27, 1999.

As reported, the ABC News article "objectively" reports that beneficial mutations "drive evolution." I had the opportunity to correspond with Mr. Chang and asked him to pro

Posted by Blogorithm at February 25, 2004 10:25 PM

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