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Old 06-12-2008, 12:55 PM   #1
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Evolution in the lab:

The Loom : A New Step In Evolution

I thought this was an extremely interesting article. Definitely worth the read.
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Re: Evolution in the lab:

E. coli as a species. Now I'm scared 2:
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Re: Evolution in the lab:

Bit of a blow to the anti-evolutionists, that's for sure
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Re: Evolution in the lab:

amazing. great read.
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Re: Evolution in the lab:

Now this was only done over 20 years... think of what a species (humans) have went through from the beginning to now.....
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Re: Evolution in the lab:

very interesting
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Now this was only done over 20 years... think of what a species (humans) have went through from the beginning to now.....
you also have to remember that e coli reproduce a lot more rapidly than humans though. but still, even taking that into consideration, evolution seems more common/quicker than previously thought.
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Re: Evolution in the lab:

44,000 generations, in 20 years. I think that a good round number for years in a human "generation" would probably be around 20 (being born until producing offspring, it's probably more than that in the modern world). That means, to get the same number of generations in a human population would take 880,000 years.
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