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Jan
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comment Refutation of Darwin's Random Evolution Theory
thanks but dont you think, you need some kind of "intelligent design" at some point. meaning, something which is highly interdependent and sophisticated. don't see how that could work thru random mutations. you'd need some kind of coordinated design.
Jan
30
comment Refutation of Darwin's Random Evolution Theory
simple molecules is not first life.
Jan
29
comment Refutation of Darwin's Random Evolution Theory
for example, you cannot improve the code for windows xp by randomly changing one line of code. the reason being that this change would affect other lines of code and you'd need to modify those in a coordinated way. make sense?
Jan
29
comment Refutation of Darwin's Random Evolution Theory
your system works for simple molecules. but to go from there to interdependent intelligent design is a long way. consider upgrading your software through random mutations of the hard drive. it's just impossible for anything to improve unless its coordinated with other changes in an intelligent way
Jan
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Jan
21
comment Refutation of Darwin's Random Evolution Theory
i agree that the answer is not so clear cut, and ultimately may remain a mystery
Jan
20
comment Refutation of Darwin's Random Evolution Theory
thank you to all who answered/commented. I see its not so simple as I thought. still seems to me a far jump to go from things like self replicating RNA to fulll fledged single cell organisms. intuitively, i just dont see how it can evolve one tiny step at a time due too many interdependent things. will need to think it over
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