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   * Book that Mark Hoth recommended: [[g>Refuting Evolution]] (I have a copy). It's a response to [[g>Teaching About Evolution]], put out by the National Academy of Science.   * Book that Mark Hoth recommended: [[g>Refuting Evolution]] (I have a copy). It's a response to [[g>Teaching About Evolution]], put out by the National Academy of Science.
 +  * Mark Hoth also said while genetic code can move around and mutate, it doesn't acquire new code / understanding on its own. We've only seen adaptation, not a dog becoming a non-dog. //Right, that's <probably> why Darwin said "common ancestor" and not becoming something different. Also, Darwin argues for long periods of time and small changes, big changes can occur//
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