Re: Debunking pseudoscience: Why horoscopes really work

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    Hi Robin Faichney -

    >Genetic mutation is random

    Now that's a dangerous statement. There are certainly chaotic elements to
    it, as there are to all life and processes in this universe, especially
    at elemental levels, but, a great deal of it, the significantly
    macroscopic portions of it, do not function chaotically.

    - Wade

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