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Evolution of the Brain?

 
 
jerlands
 
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Reply Thu 4 Jan, 2018 07:11 am
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:

Quote:
Oh, you think these glyphosate resistant species are a good thing? You're out of your mind!


You seem to be light in the comprehension department thats all I will say because its not worth my time to have you keep makin **** up.!!


farmerman wrote:

IM a farmer-- did you catch my avatar?? Ive been writing for years abut Roundup and other Glyphosate labels and Glyphosate Dicamba Diuron mixes. Glyphosate resistant species is an example of how evolution occurs


Yeh, and it seems contrary to popular belief that evolution can happen pretty fast.
farmerman
 
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Reply Thu 4 Jan, 2018 11:24 am
@jerlands,
as I said, youre light in the reading comprehension department. Is English not your native tongue. If that's the case I apologize for you not getting the thought correct.

1I said I wrote about Glyphosate for years---You naturally assume that Ive written positively about it eh? (I notice you do have a shortcoming by jumping to conclusions without any bases in fact)

2. Since this topic is tangentially about all kinds of evolution I merely mentioned that glyphosate resistance in plants is an evolved trait. I cant see how you get whether I was for or against it .

Many anti-science debators try to change my posts meaning without checking with me. Ill set you strait when you **** up. OR, you can stop trying to change meanings as you did above. OR work on your reading comprehension skills


jerlands
 
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Reply Thu 4 Jan, 2018 11:40 am
@farmerman,
farmerman wrote:

Many anti-science debators try to change my posts meaning without checking with me. Ill set you strait when you **** up. OR, you can stop trying to change meanings as you did above. OR work on your reading comprehension skills

Well, explain why Glyphosate resistant species beings an example of how evolution occurs is such a big deal ya smart ass.
farmerman
 
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Reply Thu 4 Jan, 2018 02:13 pm
@jerlands,
The next best thing to being a smart ass is to have someone appreciate your skill.
jerlands
 
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Reply Thu 4 Jan, 2018 03:33 pm
@farmerman,
I'm just sayin we all have views on things that might make more sense if we maintain critical perspective.
farmerman
 
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Reply Thu 4 Jan, 2018 05:10 pm
@jerlands,
why not give it a try?
jerlands
 
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Reply Thu 4 Jan, 2018 05:21 pm
@farmerman,
good idea
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Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 02:08 am
@jerlands,
jerlands wrote:

Olivier5 wrote:
Do you think we know enough?

Enough for what?
jerlands
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 03:28 am
@Olivier5,
Olivier5 wrote:

jerlands wrote:

Olivier5 wrote:
Do you think we know enough?

Enough for what?

Olivier5 wrote:

We know a lot about genes. But I agree with you that "science without conscience is but ruin for the soul". (Rabelais)


Shedding light on the 'dark matter' of the genome


Imposing genetic changes on nature.
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Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 07:27 am
@Olivier5,
Should read:

jerlands wrote:
Do you think we know enough?

Olivier5 wrote:
Enough for what?
jerlands
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 07:35 am
@Olivier5,
yes, foul edit
Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 07:57 am
@jerlands,
And the answer is?
jerlands
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:16 am
@Olivier5,
Olivier5 wrote:

And the answer is?


(that's odd.. hit the quote button on post : # 6,571,543 and preview)
I answered above so out of context..

Shedding light on the 'dark matter' of the genome


Imposing genetic changes on nature.
Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:19 am
@jerlands,
Yes, we do know enough to practice GM.
jerlands
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:20 am
@Olivier5,
You're out of your mind. or.. maybe that is your right mind?
Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:31 am
@jerlands,
You're a very confused person. GM has been done already, in case you don't know... I don't like the results much -- poor yields (eg on vitamin-suplemented rice) or poor quality of produce (eg on coton) usually offsets whatever advantage was gained -- but it is a fact that we know enough genetics to be able to engineer a plant's genome.
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jerlands
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:32 am
@Olivier5,
Olivier5 wrote:

Yes, we do know enough to practice GM.


We don't understand 98% of the genome! I mean #@&*$! idiots unite and lets make a real big splash.
Olivier5
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:39 am
@jerlands,
Just because YOU don't understand genetics, doesn't mean others don't.
jerlands
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:40 am
@Olivier5,
Olivier5 wrote:

Just because YOU don't understand genetics, doesn't mean others don't.


The problem is YOU don't know what YOU don't know.
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jerlands
 
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Reply Mon 8 Jan, 2018 08:43 am
@Olivier5,
Olivier5 wrote:

Just because YOU don't understand genetics, doesn't mean others don't.


Tell me how you understand genetics... simply.
 

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