At 22:30 11/22/2002 -0500, St Jon wrote:
No. It is known as "survival of the FIT" - a very big difference. It is not just the fittest that survive. It is those who meet or exceed the minimum requirements. The fittest against one threat may not be able to survive the next threat, whereas the barely able to survive the first threat may be the best at surviving the next.
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