> To: molecular-evolution at net.bio.net> From: verse at bio.vu.nl (Henk W van Verseveld)
> Subject: Re: Evolutions End?
> Date: 5 Oct 93 07:37:45 GMT
> In article <Oct.184.108.40.206.1993.28870 at flounder.rutgers.edu> Mark Hilton,
>xenith at flounder.rutgers.edu writes:
> >Is it a possibility or a fact that all life will eventually evolve
> >into to the point where they become extinct? If life is as natural as
> >Death, Could Extinction be as natural as Unicess( Unicess = species
> >coming into life)
> >write me..
>> Maybe life just is a result of the deterministic chaotic behavior of the
> universe, and thus it is a universal law that life will evolve when the
> environment is right. Only we, over-pride, over-narcistic humans think we
> are something extra-special.
Bacteria are the most evolved organisms because they've been evolving
for the longest time. ;-)
> Of course death is natural. Without death, no evolution.
> In this newsgroup the evolution and flexibility of communities could be
> discussed as broad as microbial to human communities.
> My personal interest is in microbial communities
>> anybody interested?
>>Stephen A. Pluhar
SPLUHAR at CROP.UOGUELPH.CA Dept. Crop Science U. of Guelph
Phone: 519-824-4120 Ext. 4865 Guelph, Ontario, Canada. N1G 2W1