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Re: Reevolving bones?



> > As neither John nor you seems to understand, reversals >are< a problem, and 
> > a
> > >big< problem.
> that was always there but simply not turned on. We know that modern 
> genomes carry un-expressed instructions, for occasionally a mutation will 
> bring them back into use. 

     Couldn't you just stop the ontongentic development of a feature while
it is in the middle of recapitulation?

LN Jeff
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