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    May 17, 2011, 12:50 PM
    Natural Selection and TAG's
    I have 2 questions that have puzzled me for many weeks. First One. If genetics mutations and natural selection is mainly involved in our evolution, and we now know that genes have a big play in this through DNA of genes that are switched on and off. What is controlling the information of the switch genes? When a ear or finger is made through the Hock genes, who or what is controlling the switches in those genes? Second. If natural selection is true and considered to be what we believe in, why hasn't any TAG's showed up any species alive today. I created the TAG theory relating to a Acrochordon on the skin. TAG in this case meaning imperfections. If even the best of the best survived in all species, why is there no evidence of a TAG in any species today. Think about it. And excluding the evolutionary process of useless body parts being evolved out of us.Carrying all the survival abilities though millions of years. Not one species has a TAG. It would almost seem impossible to create perfect animals and species without some form of TAG's that have also been carried in a species or 2. Thank you for your time in this. Just a couple questions that has plagued me over the past few weeks.
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    May 17, 2011, 01:29 PM
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    When a ear or finger is made through the Hock genes, who or what is controlling the switches in those genes? ... If natural selection is true and considered to be what we believe in, why hasn't any TAG's showed up any species alive today. I created the TAG theory relating to a Acrochordon on the skin. TAG in this case meaning imperfections. If even the best of the best survived in all species, why is there no evidence of a TAG in any species today.
    First, I think you mean "Hox gene."

    Second, please clarify what you mean by "TAG." Do you mean "skin tags?" As for acrochordon (also known as skin tags) - that's an imperfection that occurs in skin, including humans, dogs, and other pets. So I don't know what you mean when you say there is "no evidence" of this in any species today.

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