In article <01bc05b1$112ddd60$dac5a9c6 at dschmid.wbm.ca>, "Dirk Schmid"
<dschmid at eagle.wbm.ca> wrote:
> Come to think of it, Darwin's principle of natural selection appears to be
> flawed. Natural selection can not account for the evolution of microbial
> communities, and it can not account for the close association of
> microorganisms within a microbial community.
>> If there is such a close association within a biofilm or community, then
> competition simply can not exist.
>> Well, that sure throws Darwin out the window, doesn't it?
> Dirk Schmid
>dfs846 at mail.usask.ca> University of Saskatchewan
Your logic is flawed. You, person, are a community of single cell
associations called tissues working like a closely asociated community.
You have evolved. Ergo, Darwin is saved.
Dr. Carl Oppenheimer
<carlo at mail.utexas.edu>