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From: Dace <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 10:09 PM
<< I see your point here, but like I said yesterday in one of my posts,
the number of differentations in nature are so enormous that sometimes
two alternatives look almost simular.
To conclude that this is caused by convergence is one way seeing things,
it would prove that ' convergence ' is a possible natural alternative if
nature ran out of choises, but for to say that it is a general apllication,
you need more ' prove '.
But I do agree on one thing, such examples exist and therefor they need
our attention. They may prove to be one piece of the puzzle.
( I am, because we are) not converted at all
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