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May
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comment Why do smaller mammals move intermittently?
Human soldiers do it, too. And many animals live in what amounts to a war zone.
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comment Are there any papers arguing against vaccination in French?
@AliceD: I tried another version that states why am trying to give the OP what he needs rather than what he seems to be asking for.
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comment Are there any papers arguing against vaccination in French?
@terdon: That would actually be my strategy: find many credible sources arguing against several specific vaccinations, and paint the pro-vaccination crowd as zealots trying to stuff vaccines down everybody's veins.
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comment Are there any papers arguing against vaccination in French?
@AliceD: I reverted some of your changes to keep the original meaning of my post. If you feel the first paragraph remains problematic, I'd rather take it out completely.
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comment How do minute changes in an organism, as a result of evolution, get carried over to next generation
The two other forces of evolution are drift and meiotic drive. Michael Lynch fairly convincingly argues that complexity rarely if at all originates from natural selection.
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answered Are there any papers arguing against vaccination in French?
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answered Is it a medical condition to not able to recall the word in a language while having a conversation
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answered Are biological systems engineered? They are often reverse engineered at a molecular level!!
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answered What is a “mechanistic study”?
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