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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Information theory and genetics

I am no expert in information theory. A scientist who says that he is such an expert has recently dealt with claims that genetic mutations and other genetic changes cannot add information to the previously existing genome, and says that such processes can, indeed, add information.

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William Brookfield said...

Hi Martin,

I have just posted a response to this at

Martin LaBar said...

Thank you, William Brookfield. I went to the link you posted in your comment, but I'm not equipped to evaluate your response (not, indeed, the document that prompted my original post.)