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Re: Look what the cat drug in!
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Re: Look what the cat drug in!


I will concede that I have put much less time into the research of this subject than you, so may very well be wrong. But....

Seems to me this is very plausable. For example:

Someone smokes for years. The carcinigens found in the tobacco affect the person at the genetic level. That person reproduces and when they do, certain genes have been "turned on" that were not active before. This person's environment has produced genetic assimlation and adaptation. The genes that are now turned on have a higher tendency to be passed on to the offspring than if they were turned off.

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