In bionet.neuroscience kenneth Collins <kpaulc at earthlink.net> wrote:
> kenneth Collins wrote:
> take a rose bush, and 'plant' it where there's no light. despite the good DNA of the rose
> bush, not only will one get no roses, one will lose the rose bush, all it's could-be-color,
> all it's could-be-fragrence, all the could-be-Joyous givings of roses... 'course, one
> dispenses with all the could-be-thorns, "two".
> despite what's in the rose bush's good DNA.
Yes, but without the DNA steering itself, the rose bush would not even
have tried to grow.