Convoluted human evolution: Tattersall's take (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Thursday, February 18, 2016, 00:55 (1310 days ago) @ dhw

dhw: We have both answered this a thousand times. Nothing was “necessary” from the bacteria point of view! The something that drove the special brain and intellectual capacity can only have been the something that drove every innovation, lifestyle and natural wonder that has led from bacteria to us. You think they were all preprogrammed or personally supervised by your God, Darwinists argue for random mutations followed by natural selection, and I have suggested that they were all the product of an autonomous inventive mechanism (origin unknown) within the cells/cell communities themselves. I'm afraid if you ask the same question, I can only come up with the same answer.

Your inventive mechanism is very clever to create consciousness from an unconscious inorganic universe.

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