In article <badger.843491268 at phylo.life.uiuc.edu>,
Jonathan Badger <badger at phylo.life.uiuc.edu> wrote:
>While I'm sure science will move on, and it is possible (although from
>current data it seems unlikely) that the current three domain theory
>will be proved incorrect, it seems pretty absurd to assume that the
>scientific world would rush to embrace 19th century theories as its
Of course, I'd at least bet a couple dollars on a two domain (eubacteria
and archaea) plus one mosaic (eukaryotes) theory.