DNA - A possible origin

James O. McInerney jamm at nhm.ac.uk
Tue Apr 30 09:14:14 EST 1996


Dale A. Hausman , DDS wrote:

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Dale, I've got to hand it to you, you have pissed me off like nobody 
else today.  What on earth did the wafflings about E=MC2 and shape-time 
things have to do with molecular evolution.

And then you put this message on the end.

GET OFF THE PHONE!!

THIS IS A FORUM FOR DISCUSSION OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION--TWIT.

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