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Footsteps, No Footprints
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The journal Science reported yesterday that scientists “for the first time” have mapped out the evolutionary steps taken by a protein that connects a 450-million-years-old sea creature to modern humans. The News & Observer of Raleigh reports:

Through a complicated computer analysis, researchers were able to re-create the ancient protein as it existed 450 million years ago in a jawed, ocean-dwelling creature that had no bones, only cartilage. From there, they re-created the protein’s progression into its modern form in human beings, finding forks in the evolutionary road that could have led to a different destiny.

“Re-create?” “Could have led?” Where I come from they don’t call this science; they call it “makin’ stuff up.”

Free free to use your own word substitute for “stuff.”

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