Jim, with all due respect, you're out of your depth. This doesn't say what you
think it does. See ya on Eyring-L.
Jim Cobabe wrote:
> "Whatever the mechanism, this is another example of plants colonizing a
> harsh environment with a little help from their friends - fungi often
> supply plants with vital nutrients, increase their tolerance to drought,
> and much else besides."
> Yet evolution science continues ascribe such complex interactions to a
> mechanism that depends on random chance. Evolutionists don't worry
> about such irrelevant considerations--given countless eons of time, most
> unlikely things are deemed likely to routinely happen.
> In the news article, the relationship described between a fungus and a
> grass plant is just incredible. When the fungus protects the roots of
> this particular plant, both are able to survive in soil temperatures
> that would normally roast them. Yet neither organism alone exhibits
> this tolerance for surviving high temperatures.
> Another example of science providing itself with information that falls
> outside the assumptions of evolution.
> Mij Ebaboc
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