Revisiting convergence: best example (Introduction)

by dhw, Monday, December 04, 2017, 13:48 (10 days ago) @ David Turell

dhw: Very interesting variation. The authors say it’s all random. According to your beliefs, it’s divinely preprogrammed or dabbled for the sake of complexity for the sake of keeping life going for the sake of producing the brain of Homo sapiens. I suggest that it’s evidence of different cell communities devising their own different ways of survival/improvement: i.e. not random, and not for the sake of Homo sapiens.

DAVID: You are sticking to your view that evolution is at random, but really not at random if cell committees do what they wish. Are the cells somehow guided? The authors have to say it is at random to keep their Darwin credentials.

You have quoted me and then claim I say the exact opposite! So look at it again: “…different cell communities devise their own different ways of survival/improvement: i.e. not random (…). You seem to think that “random” means anything your God does not personally control! Are the cells somehow guided? Yes: you claim they were divinely preprogrammed 3.8 billion years ago or divinely dabbled with, and I propose they are guided by their (perhaps God-given) autonomous intelligence in their quest for survival and/or improvement.

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