1. One of Darwin's principles was that there is a struggle for existence among living organisms. Do plants struggle with one another to survive? If so, how do they do it?
2. Some populations change noticeably in form within a hundred years. If only one gene in every 200,000 mutates and if most mutations are harmful, how is such change possible?
3. Do you think there might be scientifically supportable alternatives to organic evolutionary theory to account for the diversity of life around us? Explain.
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