Talk:Drug resistance

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What other alternate explanations?

What are the other alternate explanations as indicated by: "Others have hypothesized alternative explanations for the arise and spread of drug-resistance in bacteria."? Sterile 17:52, 16 April 2007 (EDT)

The creation-evolution debate

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Mainstream textbooks treat this as established science,[1] and supporters of the Darwinian theory of evolution often cite it as an example of rapid evolution.[2] Creationists dispute this interpretation. Some acknowledge the general correctness of the traditional explanation but argue that it is not analogous to speciation in higher organisms and has no relevance to the evolution of macroorganisms.

Let's not have mini-debates all over the project. If we are to present the Origins debate at all, let's do it in an organized way. Let's lay out the case for each side. I can think of at least two (and maybe four) different ideas about the origin of species. Let's be intellectually honest, okay? --Ed Poor 12:22, 21 May 2007 (EDT)

I agree, and also it would be useful if conservapedians could get their act together. citing the FDA stating ""The increased prevalence of antibiotic resistance is an outcome of evolution" while also holding several articles attempting to provide evidence against evolution is misleading, regardless of the website's stance. --JacobS(who will eventually get the hang of this internet thing) 19:30, 14 June 2010 (EDT)
  1. Zinsser Microbiology, 1968, pp. 163-167, Appleton-Century-Crofts, Library of Congress 68-8386
  2. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named fda