I'll read it.
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The fact that Scalia and others of his caliber come to USD to speak/teach influenced my decision to attend.
In experiments in which certain kinds of bacteria were placed in a generous supply of nutrients, the populations of bacteria grew rapidly and genetic mutations occurred at random in the populations. these experiments show that all gentic mutuation is random.
Which one of th following, if true, enables teh conclusion to be properly drawn?
a) Either all genetic mutations are random or none are random
c) If all genetic mutations in bacteria are random, then all genetic mutations in every othdr life form are random.
Not sure why A is the answer and I would appreciate any insight people could give.