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So it CAN be for a PRH explanation.
Show us HOW.

With references, links and copy and paste.

"Whatevs, Nature is amazing" doesn't cut it.
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"digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient".
It CAN be!
SURE it CAN! But it CAN'T for the FIRST digit, because it ISN'T! As the DATA shows! OMGWTFBBQ!
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by Patronus Potter -
Oh well, forget Mt. Rushmore, Trump belongs on Mt. Olympus.
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Yeah, as a matter of fact I do (there is no difference with "conserved" in this context). But that is irrelevant to what the AUTHORS say:
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there is a strong signal that identifies the anterior-most digits in the forelimb and hindlimb as homologous, in spite of the fact that they develop in different embryological positions.
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These results provide evidence that the second and third wing digits are developmentally distinct from the second to fourth hindlimb digits, indicating that digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient.

If digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient then that can be true for the anterior-most digit as well. Right? We don't actually need a frameshift. There is another explanation. The authors have actually given it.
But Faid thinks it is "constrained" for the first digit.
Faid still thinks that the first digit identity is"constrained".
"digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient".
It CAN be!
So it CAN be for a PRH explanation.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by el jefe -
for any confused non-americans, that thing about throwing a "spiral" was a reference to (real) football

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiral_(football)
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These results provide evidence that the second and third wing digits are developmentally distinct from the second to fourth hindlimb digits, indicating that digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient.

If digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient then that can be true for the anterior-most digit as well. Right? We don't actually need a frameshift. There is another explanation. The authors have actually given it.
But Faid thinks it is "constrained" for the first digit.
Faid still thinks that the first digit identity is"constrained".
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These results provide evidence that the second and third wing digits are developmentally distinct from the second to fourth hindlimb digits, indicating that digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient.

If digit individualization can be dynamic and evolutionarily transient then that can be true for the anterior-most digit as well. Right?
Wrong.

Because the actual DATA shows that this is NOT the case for the FIRST digit:
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there is a strong signal that identifies the anterior-most digits in the forelimb and hindlimb as homologous, in spite of the fact that they develop indifferent embryological positions.
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We don't actually need a frameshift. There is another explanation.
Feel free to PROVIDE one.

:popcorn:
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by linus -
Did he say he sinks 30-foot punts?
I heard "he sinks 3 feet putts", but that sounds underwhelming so I don't know.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Last post by linus -
haha, SNL is going survive the loss of Spicer