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Re: Evolution

  • Subject: Re: Evolution
  • From: Marie hostas@gmx.at
  • Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2003 17:29:37 +0200 (MEST)

> If a dome shape wicks water away from the crown, why does a vase shape
> wick
> water to the crown?


I don4t really understand this question. Isn4t this very sraightforward or
am I missing something? Vaseshape to me means funnel-shaped hence
concentrating the water at one point?!

Another thing: Does there have to be a reason for everything? 



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