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Re: difference!

halinar@open.org wrote:
> Ben:
> >I hope that at least some of you will see the difference between
> >messages presenting data based on research, as I do all the time
> What are you smoking?  Sure must be something strong - hope it's not
> made out of hostas leaves!  Would you please give me ONE example where
> you actually presented some data to support your claims.  We are still
> waiting for the evidence that monocot cotylodelons don't
> photosynthesize, that Patriot is a tetaploid, that you can tell that a
> seedling is not a hybrid by measuring its DNA, that plants have 28,000
> genes, and I don't know how many others I can't remember right now.
> Joe Halinar
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------Joe
You missed Ben's assertian, that he has determined species statis, by 
measuring pollen viaibility, in plants,in ten gardens picked apparently 
randomly, far from "natural " condtions!
Ran Lydell (intresting "science")
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