Jaime, I'm just giving you the cherries on top. There's so much more in the dataset.
>then why are you afraid of it?
Why bring up "afraid"? That's totally inappropriate. If you're interested in the topic, kindly contact me off line and I'll share what I have.
are you doing this with everyone?
and reflect morphology.Insults noted. Name two reptile DNA tests that agree with one another
sooo.....you're using reptiles to prove a point about bats?
No, I'm using reptle DNA tests as evidence against belief in mammal DNA tests, even though some may be right on the money.
Ultimately, DNA must be matched to morphology.
bats are descended from either velvet worms or barnacles. the physical parallels are many! (vampire bats have anticoagulant saliva, just like velvet worms have saliva that keeps their webbing from hardening too soon; hammerhead bats have a plume-like structure in each armpit)
Dr. Martin, thank you. This is my last email to you, Anthony. You're not serious about this and you don't understand the meaning of "suite of characters."
and sarcastic all the time? Or only when you respond to new hypotheses?Again, these are only part of the formula. Do you walk around angry
if I remember my college and high school biology classes, a hypothesis demands support (more than just "i say so") from its author. evidence is required, either at the initial hypothesis-making or shortly after - or both.
If you were really interested, you'd ask for more information.
we've ALL been asking you for more information.