Re: Patriarchy: Re: What Matriarchy?
Angeline Kantola (email@example.com)
14 Aug 1996 00:35:56 GMT
A brief and final comment, without namecalling:
In article <32111D4C.65DA@best.com>,
Joel and Lynn Gazis-Sax <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>What my point has been all along is that you can take the same building
>blocks and get some dramatically different results. My primary example
>was the genotype and the phenotype distinction used in genetics to
>explain why two individuals can have the same genes and yet turn out
In the above paragraph you've effectively debunked the examples you've
cited as producing different physical phenotypes from the same genotype.
Putting genetically identical organisms (rats, humans, whatever) in a
different environment (with different diet, air quality, bacterial profile
in the drinking water, whatever) means that there is, in fact, a different
set of building blocks.