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Nice, looking forward to it :)
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Is there a date when the book will be released yet?
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2012 on Exposing the Mythologies of Evolution at Only a Game
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You're writing a book called "Myths of Evolution"? Oh I think I love it already! Especially because I know from your blog how well researched your articles about this topic are, looking forward to it!
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Why don't you use IMAP, that way all the switching problems are just gone and you have all the mails, even those you send, on every computer or gadget you'd like to use because they all are stored on the server. Did you already try Windows Live Mail?
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2011 on Seeking New Mail Client at Only a Game
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It was just unnecessary because if I use for example then I already have a bookmark in my bookmarkbar, I don't need a, magnolia, twitter, facebook, etc. button.
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2011 on ShareThis Widget Removed at Only a Game
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Why do you only show the positive sites like "entertainment and diversion as well as psychological benefits such as increased confidence" but let out the very opposites which happen equally often?
Toggle Commented Jan 13, 2011 on Astrology as Fiction at Only a Game
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Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2010 on Family Level Up! New Baby Unlocked at Only a Game
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And therefore "Technocracy" wouldn't be such a good Idea to adopt as a form of government.
Toggle Commented Aug 12, 2010 on Moral Ideas at Only a Game
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Thank you for the clarification, but I still think that everything you list can be reduced to pressure, release of pressure within the environment. For example a random event such as mass extinctions of the dinosaurs releases the (environmental) pressure on mammals and therefore natural selection now can favore bigger animals. I understand that there are basically three types of mutations: harmful, beneficial, neutral/silent. Environmental pressure affects the individuals who have harmfull or beneficial mutations but not the ones who have neutral mutations. While researching for the next paragraph where I wanted to show some numbers which would show that neutral mutations are quite uncommon I realized that this can not the case. Then I found out about the "Neutral theory of molecular evolution" and the "neutralist–selectionist" debate. if I understand it right, this post (and its attached commentary) is one of the "neutralist–selectionist" debates. The "Neutral theory" is a whole new chapter which I do not know anything about but will of course try to read about and understand. Anyway, thanks for opening that door for me and I will definitely stick around and get involved in discussions.
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Aug 12, 2010