@peter jeffrey cobb,
peter jeffrey cobb wrote:
Ah thank you for correcting my grammar.
It says rna is the origin of dna and is able to pass generic information.
No, it says that this is a hypotheis, not a fact. That's an important distinction to remember.
So just replace the word DNA that I been saying with the correct RNA.
Since in site you gave me says it passes information from one generation to another is perfect.
The hypothesis is that RNA preceeded DNA; not that RNA makes DNA in living organisms today.
So information is written on your RNA, passed down to the next generation.
For humans, it's DNA. Quick question, and please don't take this the wrong way, but approximately what percentage of that Wiki text was comprehensible to you? I teach EFL, so I'm always adjusting reading materials to my students' individual levels.
So you evolve when you encounter a virus right?
This is what's called a non sequitur
. Your conclusion does not follow from your premises. I explained above and linked you to information that shows why neither DNA nor RNA are altered by an individual's exposure to a virus or bacterium.
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