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Poster Handle Anonymous astropysicist
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That's not the point at all, the point is the research you reference is geared towards developing radiation resistant vegetation, and radiation produces very few positive mutations.Most positive mutations are spontaneous errors in dna relication, and not caused by chemicals, radiation or other biologically harmful phenomenon.
 Quoting: Anonymous astropysicist 1946597


Dude, you do realise you have just obviated a straw man, right? In a previous post of yours you claimed that no positive mutations can be caused by radiation. none. and you were quite adamant that even though the entire internet was right there not a single example could be found. yet now you state that "radiation produces very few positive mutations".... as in IT PRODUCES POSITIVE MUTATIONS (irrespective of number).

You can't just argue one thing then change your point to something else. I wasn't arguing WHY THE MUTATIONS WERE BEING DONE and in the first instance mate, NEITHER WERE YOU. Just that radiation causes mutations which can be beneficial or non beneficial or neutral.
Neither were we arguing where other forms of mutations come from.
Your claim was that radiation does not cause positive mutations. And your claim was incorrect.
 Quoting: Aucuparia

Not in general terms. the vast majority, most likely in excess of 99.999% of genetic mutations caused by radiation are not positive. Every rule has some minor exception. The were looking for that one plant out of a million that resisted the radioactive environment they were subjecting the plans to and cloning it. how is your reading comprehension?
 
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