[Taxacom] Phylogenetic Classification?

Frederick W Schueler bckcdb at istar.ca
Sun Jul 26 15:58:15 CDT 2009

Curtis Clark wrote:
> On 2009-07-26 11:55, Richard Zander wrote:
>> (Okay, it's a silly conspiracy theory, but we all enjoy conspiracy theories, right?)
> Actually, I find it offensive. Maybe Missouri doesn't have any 
> creationists, so it's easy to sling the term around as a hypothetical, 
> but here in California we accept creationism as a serious threat.

* has any creationist ever used the "no specified ancestors" convention 
of cladistics as an argument against evolution?

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