Re: Favorable Mutations?

Gil Hardwick (
Mon, 15 May 1995 03:52:32 GMT

In article <3or72p$>, geoffrey stephenson ( writes:
>Your mission, should you choose to accept it: I am curious to know if
>anyone out there can give me an example of a mutation that is considered
>favorable or positive or in some way beneficial. I am not talking about a
>mutation that we think must have occurred millions of years ago. I want
>one that can be observed by we who are alive now. Thank you for your

Wrong newsgroup entirely, old beano!

Discussion of genetic mutation belongs in sci.biology.

Maybe the boys in sci.anthropology.paleo might like to have it
x-posted into their little group.